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Posted on Friday, 22 October, 2004 |
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Ari Cohen and Evan Beloff, the boys behind local documentary production house Diversus, like to dive headfirst into the subjects of their films and blur the line between the back and the front of the camera.
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on 23 October, 2004, 8:01
wow!!! im so tired of hearin about the lochness monsters and other water monsters haha... i mean cmon!!!! i believe that there are a ton of fish in the sea.. big ones, small ones, ugly ones,, whatever... i believe in the lochness monster... u just have to think about HOW BIG OUR OCEAN IS!! and how little we have searched.. i think it was said like 4% of our ocean we have searched.... we cant even reach the depths of the sea... they just found a exsitance of this fish that its species was as old as 2.4 billion years... you see... you just gotta think how big our ocean really is!
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