Wild Spain. A Tale of Two Brothers depicts the remarkable connection of two brothers and wildlife filmmakers with Spanish nature, through spectacular images of the social life of dolphins, whales, or jellyfish in the Mediterranean Sea, and vulnerable species such as the bearded vulture in the Pyrenees. We also discover how aquatic mammals survive in icy rivers during the winter.
Sergi and Jordi Escandell manage to tell a different story, where scientific rigor is combined with their experiences and emotional connection with the animals they film; from the depths of the Mediterranean to the highest mountains, in a journey that passes through the Pyrenees, Gallocanta, Navarre, the Balearic Islands, and Andalusia. We encounter animals who do not know why the world is changing around them so rapidly. Animals who also live in societies, take care of their families, think, and feel emotions as our two filmmakers do.
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