Excellent, thought-provoking geology documentary, which is entirely about geology and the recent history of that science, primarily within Britain.
Contrary to some other reviews, this documentary is NOT an attempt to bolster the position of creationism - not at all.
It is a geology film, one hour long, so of course the "data" is "cherry-picked", due to the scope of the work and it's intended audience.
These emotionally driven, reactionary reviewers here on Amazon might as well burn another Bruno at the stake, or exile another Galileo, or even decry another Sagan, before they write disturbing critical reviews on Amazon.
If you are a student of geology, this film has real value, and if you are not, it still is approachable due to the sufficiently narrow scope of it's thesis and the thoughtful simplification of the underlying science.