See the Great Salt Lake as never before in this natural history documentary exploring the magic and mystery of America's "Dead Sea."
Release date: Tuesday, February 13th, 1996
"The Great Salt Lake has a spirit and mind of its own," says naturalist and novelist Terry Tempest Williams. "It is an untamed wilderness, despite what we try to impose on it. I love the lake's unpredictability. It's always changing, always moving, and it allows you the same kind of freedom of expression."
The story of Utah's ever-changing Great Salt Lake is told in A Desert Sea, a nature documentary by award-winning filmmaker John Howe. Williams hosts and narrates the program, which looks at the pristine wilderness area that lies only a few miles from metropolitan Salt Lake City.
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