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What do deep space and the deep ocean have in common? Both are alien worlds waiting to be explored! In this documentary, James Cameron and a team of leading scientists go on an underwater expedition, while comparing the similarities between investigating these two frontiers.
Why Is Aliens of the Deep Rated G?
Aliens of the Deep is rated G
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With the exception of a few terms of deity uttered as expletives, this documentary should be suitable for anyone curious about the diversity of life and the vast possibilities of things to explore in our amazing universe. (Some sensitive souls may feel sorry for some of the specimens they remove for experimental study.)
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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DVD Release Date: 1 November 2005
Anyone who saw Aliens of the Deep in a theater saw only the 47-minute version. The DVD release now offers both the original, as well as a 99-minute extended version of the movie, which provides some never-before-seen footage. The production is presented in wide-screen (enhanced for 16x9 TV), with Dolby Digital 5.1 audio tracks in English and French. Subtitles are available in French and Spanish.