For sandstorms, you could do the sandstorm in The English Patient.
For weird weather, especially rain, there's a pretty bad Italian movie
(early Candace Bergen) called The End of the World in a Nightful of Rain in
Our Usual Bed and a really good Australian one (early Peter Wier) called The
Last Wave. And there are a ton of typhoon and hurricane movies. Probably
lots of flood movies.
Glaciers and mountains? Dust storms? Don't get me started.
From: Rhonda Pancoe
To: ShawS; Multiple recipients of list
Subject: RE: Geology subject films
Date: Wednesday, July 23, 1997 9:28AM
> One of our Geology professors here is looking for feature length films
> that he can use to show to his class that have geology based themes
> the recent Dante's Peak seen in theaters this past year so students
> can do
> comparisons of fact from fiction. He really wanted to use Crack in
> the World
> (1965) but Films, Inc.
> no longer has a useable 16 mm print. Does anyone have any suggestions
> other than Journey to the Center of the Earth? Also, does anyone know
> if and when Dante's Peak will be released in video?
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