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|Document Type:||Visual material|
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|Language Note:||In English.|
|Credits:||Directed by Xavier Lefebvre.|
|Target Audience:||Censorship classification : G.|
|Description:||3 videodiscs (DVDs) (ca. 510 min) : s.d, col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD region all ; PAL.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. Ep 1: From Dunkerque to the Seine Estuary (Between the Channel and the North Sea) ; Ep 2: From Honfleur to the Mont Saint Michel (The Lower Normandy) ; Ep 3: From the Gulf of Saint Malo to Brest Harbour (Northern Brittany) --
Disc 2. Ep 4: From Crozon Peninsula to Saint-Nazaire (Southern Brittany) ; Ep 5: From Noirmoutier Island to the Gironde Estuary (The Centre-West Marshes) ; Ep 6: From the Tip of Grave to Hendaye (The Aquitanian Coast) --
Disc 3. Ep 7: From the Collioure to Aigues- Mortes (The Catalogne Coast) ; Ep 8: From Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer to Toulon (The Camargue Area and the Gulf of Fos) ; Ep 9: From Hyeres to Menton (The Rivera) ; Ep 10: Around Corsica.
|Other Titles:||French coast lines|
A ten-part series discovering the coasts of France from above and ground-Ievel. The series probes the diversity of France's coastal regions in terms of nature, landscapes, architecture and culture. Each episode is an invitation to explore the history and culture of a particular coast, and to meet the people who, today, live on the coast, keep it alive and maintain it. This series sheds new light on the economic revolutions which originated on the coasts and furthers our understanding of the environmental issues faced today. Uncover the essence of the seashores that have contributed to making France a nation, and find out about the intimate and intricate relationship between French people and the sea.
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