Release Date: 2018
National Geographic, 44 Minutes
Man, it’s always hard getting full credits info on National Geographic documentaries because they often times take them and repackage them from different series that they do. However, the company should give credit to the people that make these in a way that’s available online, as I’m not going to go back to the streaming file and sit through it for the hopes that it’ll include full credits.
Griping aside, this was fairly enjoyable but I wouldn’t say that it’s an exceptional piece by any stretch.
It covers the history of Easter Island but there’s only so much you can cover in 44 minutes. So even though this hits a lot of points and topics, it doesn’t spend nearly enough time on them. Really, it’d be cool if there was a series on Easter Island, as it is one of the most interesting places in the world.
Overall, this was worth watching. It killed close to an hour’s worth of time and it’s streaming for all to see that have Disney+. But really, it feels like more of a primer or an intro to a much larger, detailed story that someone needs to tell in this medium and with Nat Geo’s quality.
Pairs well with: other National Geographic documentaries, many of which can be found on Disney+ now.
*no trailer because Disney+ and Nat Geo are slacking on promotional material.