The deadly threat of active volcanoes is still a fact of life along the Pacific Rim, and this documentary examines the natural sciences behind such seismic events as volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, as well as presenting real-life footage of people confronted by nature at her most violent. Ring of Fire features newsreel footage of the eruption of Mt. St. Helens and the 1989 San Francisco earthquake, as well features on the discovery of a new volcano in Chile and how the residents of the Japanese city of Sakurajima deal with having an active volcano in the neighborhood. Ring of Fire was originally shot and released in the high-definition IMAX film format.
Closed Caption; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound; 6 language tracks: ; English; French; Castillian; French-Canadian; Korean; Spanish
Disc #1 -- Ring of Fire 1. Ring of Fire [6:09] 2. The San Francisco Quake of '89 [5:14] 3. Mount St. Helens [4:13] 4. Floating on Hot Liquid [1:40] 5. Learning to Live With a Volcano [6:46] 6. Buddahs Keep Watch [5:54] 7. The Center of the Ring [6:28] 8. End Credits [1:33]
Disc #1 -- Ring of Fire Language Selection: English Language Selection: Español Language Selection: Castellano Language Selection: Français Canadien Language Selection: Français Language Selection: Koren Play Movie Trailers Subtitles: On Subtitles: Off Chapters