Time of the Earth

"Bad"

Time of the Earth Review


Bear with me, this is not a mistake. Time of the Earth : A Desert Dreamtime Journey is a 77 minute DVD you'd otherwise see only on an IMAX screen -- landscapes and sunsets, clouds and mountains.

There's no dialogue, only creepy new age music -- two audio tracks worth of it, each one more bothersome than the last. I guess it's safe to say that you'll either be totally in to an hour and a quarter of chewing on scenery while electronica versions of oboes blare and whine or you won't.

See if you can figure out where I stand.



Facts and Figures

Run time: 77 mins

In Theaters: Sunday 23rd September 2001

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 1.5 / 5

IMDB: 8.4 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Steve Roach

Producer: Steve Roach

Starring: as Prof. Otto Lindenbrock, as Glauben, Frank Braña as Hans, as Olsen, Ivonne Sentis as Glauben, José María Caffarel as Professor, as Molly, Emiliano Redondo as Prof. Kristoff, George Rigaud as Professor, Ricardo Palacios as Train Ticket Collector, Fabián Conde as -, Manuel Pereiro as -, Barta Barri as Professor, Ángel Álvarez as Professor, Ángel Menéndez as -, Luis Barboo as -

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