In 2016, La Nina was most certainly the most powerful climatic phenomenon responsible for unprecedented atmospheric disturbances. This anomaly causes cyclones to deviate from their usual trajectories, significantly modifies sea levels in some regions, and shifts areas of rainfall and drought.
Shot in 4K, this film looks back at the climatic and geological events that shook the year 2016. We will see striking images of snowstorms in the United States, deadly avalanches in Europe, and the Ulrika storm.
Direction: Sacha Bollet, Jacqueline Farmer & Bertrand Loyer
Production: Saint Thomas Productions for RMC Découverte