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Proteus (2004 film)

Proteus
Directed by David Lebrun
Produced by David Lebrun
Written by David Lebrun
Narrated by Marian Seldes
Starring Corey Burton, Richard Dysart, Phil Proctor, James Warwick
Music by Yuval Ron

Proteus is an animated documentary film written and directed by David Lebrun in 2004. It depicts a Nineteenth-Century understanding of the sea with particular emphasis on the life and work of German biologist and researcher Ernst Haeckel. One-celled microorganisms known as radiolarians feature prominently in Haeckel's fascination with the observable natural world and the underlying guiding principles assumed to be implicit in its very existence.

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