When mount st helens erupted and ruined everything even killed many human beings this was a sad and devastating story and time for family and friends not in this eruption. man I was born in...
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When mount st helens erupted and ruined everything even killed many human beings this was a sad and devastating story and time for family and friends not in this eruption. man I was born in Washington but in the year of 2004 and in Tacoma Washington not next to mount st helens but next to mount raineier in st Joseph's hospital. I I wasn't in the eruption but for everyone else it was so sad. bye everyone next on the via channel next show show or movie is into the storm a tornado movieWritten by
Originally shot and nominated for an Oscar as best documentary short in 1980, this film was remastered in large screen format and released to IMAX Omnidome theaters in an expanded version which includes more scenes shot in 1990 showing the aftermath of the eruption of Mount St. Helens ten years after the fact. See more »
One of the best Imax-films
The eruption of Mount St. Helens. Sunday May 18th, 1980.
Years before during and and after the eruption the surroundings (up to 30 miles)are filmed. Breathtaking views of the eruption. With the neighbor away, set the output level higher then normal, en find yourself in the middle of one of natures greatest powers! One of America's greatest nature-disasters.
An out-of-earth landscape is formed, but within ten years already a livable place.
Filmed by rescue-helicopters. This film was nominated for an Oscar in the category Best Short Documentairs.
My favorite Imax-film.
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