Escape

Escape

Capital Cities of the World

DVD - 2009
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There's so much more to capital cities than their world famous landmarks. Escape: Capital cities of the world is a local's look at the most enchanting, historical, and fabulous capital cities in the world.
Publisher: [United States] : Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, c2009
Branch Call Number: DVD 914.2104 ESC
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 117 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in.
Alternative Title: Capital cities of the world

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Chelos
Aug 06, 2013

This DVD description is only so much overblown hype and the actual documentaries are nothing like that. The film makers were obviously lazy and unimaginative. The same building and skyline footage was repeated ad nauseum, and very few historical facts were revealed. While the viewer was shown some nice buildings the film-maker never took us inside or told us their stories. In the episode about Tokyo, we are shown several segments of lengthy footage of people crossing streets or walking through public markets while the narrator tries to sell us on Tokyo as a great place to "people-watch." PULLLLEASE! Don't waste your time watching this dog. If you really want to know more about Japan's people and places take out "Japanland" instead.

The Episode on on Moscow was a little better, although still extremely repetitious.

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