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The Sea

Canada, 1971 (MIFF 1972)

Director: Bane Jovanovic

The secrets of the sea are slowly being unravelled by the physicists, chemists, marine biologists, and all other scientists engaged in oceanography research. This science documentary film, centred on the Bedford Institute of Oceanography, is designed to promote a better understanding of the sea around us.

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