James Camron Voyage To The Bottom Of The Earth

Plunging to the virtually unknown depths of the Mariana Trench, James Cameron’s DEEPSEA CHALLENGE expedition takes this National Geographic Explorer deeper and further than any filmmaker or solo explorer has ever gone before. The finish line lies below nearly 36,000 feet of seawater, weighing in at about 16,000 pounds of pressure on every square inch of sub. Now join him, moment by nail-biting moment, on this intimate glimpse inside the mind of a master traveler as he recounts his journey to the bottom of the earth.

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  1. This was a close call. One more system failure, and he would never have come back up. CBC radio (‘ideas’) did a wonderful doc about the team working together to make this dive happen. It provides more atmosphere, while this film gives us a glimpse.

  2. this doc is more about james cameron’s ego than it is about the mariana trench. disappointed!

  3. He raised the bar

  4. I am surprised he did not see any scary things at the bottom

  5. James Cameron doesn’t do what James Cameron does for
    James Cameron. James Cameron does what James Cameron does because James
    Cameron is James Cameron!