PG
1hr 34mins

Award-winning filmmaker Sara Dosa (The Seer and the Unseen) crafts a spectacular documentary following the passionate (and lethal) obsession of volcanologists Maurice and Katia Krafft, a married French couple that pursue their curiosity far beyond the limits of safety.

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Sara Dosa
PG
Documentary
mild injury detail, threat
English

Drawing upon the extraordinary film archive that the Krafft’s amassed from their treacherous visits to live volcanoes, the documentary combines an exploration of their relationship with the jaw-dropping, elemental footage that lays bare their shared relationship with volcanoes. After meeting in 1966, they both travelled the world filming as many active volcanoes as possible: from Columbia to Iceland, America to Japan, their journey became increasingly dangerous.

Not only does this film take us to the sublime edges of a shared and fatal passion, but also to the molten edges of the earth, revealing some of the most spellbinding footage of volcanic activity ever put to film.

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