This just in.
The critically acclaimed documentary Fire of Love is headed to Disney+ next month.
In a press release put out Tuesday afternoon it was revealed that, beginning November 11th, the film will be available to stream exclusively under the streamer’s National Geographic banner.
Directed by Sara Dosa and narrated by Miranda July, the film is described as a “lyrical archival collage [that] pulls from hundreds of hours of rare and never-before-seen footage and photographs shot by French scientists Katia and Maurice Krafft.
The film channels the humor, affection, and insatiable curiosity that was integral to their partnership and which left behind a legacy that has forever enriched our understanding of the natural world.
FIRE OF LOVE is a visual romance that takes place on an intimate and awesome scale, exploring how their shared passion enabled pioneering research in the 1970s and 80s that helped save lives, but ultimately ended their own.
You can check out the trailer for the film down below:
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