Ancient oceans teeming with life, Norwegian settlers, Native Americans and multinational oil corporations find intimacy in deep time. Following up his 2009 feature Crude Independence (SXSW), Deep Time is director Noah Hutton’s ethereal portrait of the landowners, state officials, and oil workers at the center of the most prolific oil boom on the planet for the past six years. With a new focus on the relationship of the indigenous peoples of North Dakota to their surging fossil wealth, Deep Time casts the ongoing boom in the context of paleo-cycles, climate change, and the dark ecology of the future.
Deep Time review by Soap2day
Deep Time immerses the viewer in the atmosphere perfectly created by the director.
You won`t regret spending 89 minutes at the screen.
The director managed to contain in this movie all the chips inherent in the genre Documentary, History, News.
One of the best movies of 2015, combining all the experience of the film industry of the past years.
Noah Hutton`s ability to set the accents in all the right places made the movie a real piece of work.
The wonderful cast of actors, consisting of Allison Tolman, admire their professionalism.