Dive into this National Geographic Documentary following the life and career of Jacques Cousteau; the French sea adventurer and environmentalist who, from the early 1970s, brought the ocean into our living rooms. The unlikely celebrity and conservationist invented the aqualung and helped develop underwater photography so he could share his deep dives with the rest of the world. The older Cousteau became the more he was concerned about the decline of the ocean’s ecosystems. Becoming Cousteau brings its subject to life via French actor Vincent Cassel’s narration of the explorer’s diaries and an archive of newly restored footage. Directed by Liz Garbus.
Cert TBC / Documentary / Run time: 96 minutes
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