The story of an immortal adventure with Captain Robert Scott. Restored by the British Film Institute's National Film Archive, cinematographer Herbert G. Ponting's 90 Degrees South is a spellbinding chronicle of Scott's heroic and ultimately tragic race for the South Pole--not only did Amundsen reach the goal first but Scott and his entire team died on the return trip. Ponting's hauntingly beautiful images of ice caves and Antarctic wildlife are punctuated by diary entries telling of the heart-breaking last days of the doomed expedition. A deeply moving tribute. 70 minutes.