The Deep Earth is a 1998 documentary that illustrates how the surface of the earth feature two distinct levels: the dry land and the ocean floor. The film walk viewers through the difference between the dry land, which is a few hundred meters above sea level, and the ocean floor that takes up around two-third of the earth’s surface.
The Deep Earth reveals the findings of scientists who began exploring the deepest crevices of the earth, revealing curious waves of landscape that seems totally alien to us. The film also features a sprawling undersea mountain range that circles around the globe. From his new sea floor is still continuously forming.