Harrison Ford's Docu...| Loungtastic
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Pretty Touching Story.
This is one of those exciting times you find out about something new and then realize it's not actually new. It just never came up, so now we're going to do that for you.
Along with National Geographic, Harrison Ford (who is an aviator by the way) narrated on of the most heartfelt aviation documentaries we've ever seen. It might actually be the only one of its kind.
The shots in this film were captured in 18 countries and across 7 continents.
The premise is simple: people simply take flying for granted. We've been doing so for only 100 years or so as a species, yet, we've become so accustomed to it that we literally don't appreciated it anymore. We're (many of us) are actually annoyed by it to be honest, just because we need to wait an extra 30 minutes or pay 20 bucks more for luggage.
When did we stop considering the fact that you can get from the East to the West coast in 7 hours or less by FLYING THROUGH THE AIR?
This documentary tackles that exact question and does a great job at invigorating that wonder of flight some of us lost. Just take a look at the trailer below and you'll probably want to watch the whole thing. It's stunning.