This documentary is really fucking good. Like really really fucking good.
How and why did Phillip Glass' score get overlooked?
Why did this not get nominated for Best Documentary at the Oscars?
How is this not referenced/discussed more?
Why did I not hear about it nearly as much in 2017?
Goodall's honest commentary mixed with Hugo's stunning, often staggering, cinematography, makes for a profound tropical cocktail that chronicles such a vital moment in wildlife preservation. The way the sound is synchronized to the natural environment, be it Goodall's footsteps or the screech of a chimpanzee. There's a true sense of 'togetherness', both physically and spiritually, that this documentary beams forth in droves. And I welcome it ALL with open…