Unit 2 : Space

Monday, 26 October 2009
I've got a folder 'numero' 9 - 20.000 leagues under the sea. As I said before, that in the life we won't be able to do everything we like. So, we must engage ourselves and enjoy it.
Ruben is absolutely right, that when you don't know the subject it is more interesting to investigate it. The futher I go the more interesting it becomes.
I know that there are a lot of sources about this novel. There are many films, one of them, surprisingly to me, was made in USSR in 1975. (Captain Nemo (Капитан Немо) (1975) — Soviet adaptation of the novel.)
Another one, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is a silent film made in 1916, based on the novel by Jules Verne of the same title. But, I am not sure, that I like silent films.
Moreover, there is one directed by Richard Fleischer made in 1954.
Also, 1972 film - Rankin-Bass animated version... etc.
Finally, a novel by French writer Jules Verne published in 1870.

Let's roll (c)
P.S. Good luck to all !

4 comments:

tutorphil said...

Hi Alex! Okay, this is good - I can see your blog again!

anewman said...

Yes ! I am so happy that I don't need to make another one !

neo777cdg said...

Hey Alex, i got Folder 9 too just to let you know ;)
Im liking the concept art you've found, this is giving me some clear ideas already.

alek-morse said...

// There are many films, one of them, surprisingly to me, was made in USSR in 1975. (Captain Nemo (Капитан Немо) (1975) — Soviet adaptation of the novel.) //

Nothing amazing :) In USSR there were film adaptated a lot of classic literature, including European and American ones...

btw, here is a video fragment

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddOs7EeI4qk

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