Symphony 3: Planet Earth
Symphony No. 3 Planet Earth contains an ode to Mother Earth (Gaia in Greek) borrowed from a Greek hymn by Homer written 3,000 years ago. Sung by a choir in the original language, the verse asks us to honor the planet that takes care of us.
A symbolic Gaia, cast as a dancer, becomes the film’s protagonist and narrator. She dances the story of our past and present with a glimpse of a possible future. Unlike many environmental films, ours is infused with something others lack: Hope. It’s positivity audiences are longing for in these uncertain times. The film’s message, like the music, is both uplifting and emotionally charged.
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1. Synchronized Film
FILM: Dyan Machan (2006)