Showing posts from March, 2013


is a 2009 film by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud, narrated by the handsome Pierce Brosnan.
Although you can only hear him.
It took 4 years to film all the material needed to make 'Oceans'. Watching this documentary is music to our ears and a total and absolute pleasure to watch.
I highly recommend it for all young and older public.
Below are some exerts of the commentary read by Pierce Brosnan.

A little bit at a time new forms of life ripple the waters of the world,
spreading and multiplying adapting and evolving
Pollution runs out of rivers spilling (as can be seen by satellite)
We have littered the oceans with hundreds of thousands of trash spilling poison around.

Human 'objects' challenge each creature to find new place or new ways to survive.
Human indifference is surely the Ocean greatest threat.

Every Breath We Take Every Drop We Drink Depends on a Healthy Ocean


There it is the dismantling of a 3 weeks show and we are please and feel that the exhibition Regurgitate. It certainly allowed people to enter our realm of interest, in pausing, for a moment, their thoughts to things they may not have seen, thought of ...
or were indifferent to

Human indifference is the worse thing that can happen and in a way that is  where we have come to in this super fast world The oceans are polluted by our plastic and consumer waste that will never disappear .... until.....  we take responsibility in  create recycling plants through out the world but first thing first,  How about in Australia!!!
We need to use less plastic and replace it with items that are made of metal or glass  and that are recyclable 

And the more responsible thing to do, would be to make accountable every manufacturer In creating consumer goods the manufacturer need to recycle it as well or create something biodegradable or we will walk no longer on sand but on micro plastic chips along our…