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Fire of Love

Fire of Love

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Scientists Katia and Maurice Krafft captured on film the most explosive volcano imagery ever recorded. Their fascination with volcanoes and solving the mysteries of our planet brought them together and they died doing the thing they loved. Miranda July narrates, Sara Dosa is the director. (Rated PG) 

“This has to be one of the most heartwarming movies about scientists ever made.” RogerEbert.com 

“Their passion for volcanoes, and the way they thought it might translate into helping mankind, helps us see who they really were, and the result, built largely from archival footage, is breathtaking.” Vox

Running Time: 93 minutes

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