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Rooftop Pictures, a independent film company based in NYC is thrilled to announce that A VIEW FROM BELOW is now available on Amazon.com.
A View From Below is a documentary film that follows Karl Stanley, the maverick homemade submarine builder and underwater explorer in his unprecedented, controversial quest to "Go Deeper". Join us as we come face to face with 6 gill sharks at 2200 feet, encounter dumbo octopus, plus many more fascinating creatures that call the ocean home.
Search- "A View From Below" on amazon to purchase the film! Go to rooftoppictures.com to view the trailer.
Rooftop Pictures has also launched a YouTube Channel, (youtube.com/rooftoppix) that will feature outtakes and deleted scenes from the film, plus more adventures with Karl Stanley and his homemade submarine, Idabel. Please subscribe to our channel and join in the adventures to come.