Sebastián Hernandis, José Manuel Herrero, José Herrero
"Coral Reefs, an Oasis of Life" is an extraordinary journey on the big screen showing the ocean floor of our planet, the lesser known and the most surprising aspects of coral reefs, with images rarely seen before.Coral reefs are living underwater mega-structures, they are the result of the collaboration of two practically microscopic beings, polyps and unicellular algae. These minute protagonists also share the awesome responsibility of being the main generators of life in the oceans.The film immerses the viewer into the ocean and leads them from the big blue to the reefs. The uninhabited desert ocean Carissa-crossed by predators such as sharks, tuna, manta rays, etc. contrasting with the explosion of life on the reef.The predators come to them for shelter and food. But they don't have it that easy... The reef is occupied by countless species experts in all kinds of methods of survival techniques. Concealment, mimicry, flight and display are just some of the techniques used in this titanic struggle.This fantastic natural balance is under threat by the aggressive influence of man. But there may still be some hope. It has taken over two years for the makers of the documentary series "Mediterranean Sub" or "Seas and Oceans" to film the spectacular images for "Coral Reefs, an Oasis of Life". An entertaining script and Ramon Langa's narration keeps us interested and captivated till the very last image. The film highlights great wide shots, spectacular macros, original music and musical highlights in the video clips. Cuba, Roatan, the Red Sea, the Maldive Islands, Indonesia, the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, Malpelo, etc, are just some of the locations that appear on the big screen."Coral Reefs, an Oasis of Life" eighty-five minutes on the big screen with the best pictures of coral reefs from around the world.