Watch this documentary, please

Apr 2017
196
Mexico
#1
Dear all

Few days ago I watched HUMAN, an extraordinary documentary in Netflix.


It is a documentary of what makes all of us ONE, despite our diversity. So I recomend it highly to you as a high-quality tool to learn and teach about the oneness of mankind.

The documentary places real persons from all cultures, age and backgrounds right in front of the camera to tell their stories on themes like love, violence, gender equality, wealth and poverty, work, family relationships, and the purpose of life.

It is indeed one of the best documentaries I've seen: inspiring music, breathtaking photography, moving stories. I was moved to tears several times.

Warning: It is a loooong documentary (2 hours 23 minutes) so you better get ready with enough time, food (not too caloric) and drinks (non-alcoholic! :cool:) by your side.
 
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Sep 2010
4,389
Normanton Far North Queensland
#2
Dear all

Few days ago I watched HUMAN, an extraordinary documentary in Netflix.


It is a documentary of what makes all of us ONE, despite our diversity. So I recomend it highly to you as a high-quality tool to learn and teach about the oneness of mankind.

The documentary places real persons from all cultures, age and backgrounds right in front of the camera to tell their stories on themes like love, violence, gender equality, wealth and poverty, work, family relationships, and the purpose of life.

It is indeed one of the best documentaries I've seen: inspiring music, breathtaking photography, moving stories. I was moved to tears several times.

Warning: It is a loooong documentary (2 hours 23 minutes) so you better get ready with enough time, food (not too caloric) and drinks (non-alcoholic! :cool:) by your side.
Thank you - Unfortunately do not have the data limits to do this ;):yes:

I hope I get to see it some day.

Regards Tony
 
Jul 2014
831
colorado/summer-Oklahoma/winter
#3
Thank you. Will definately look into it when I get somewhere I can get Netflix!
Loving regards,
Becky
 
Dec 2012
170
Earth
#4
Greetings Camachoe,

I tend to swap providers from time to time so as to offer more diversity. I will look at this series when I next return to Netflix.

There are some breathtaking documentaries that possess a spiritual focus. Another one that I really like is called Home. This takes the viewer on a journey to chart the evolution of life and the human race. It is undertaken with aerial photography throughout. It is narrated in a number of languages and is available on open domain by licence. The English version can be viewed here https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jqxENMKaeCU

Earth
 
Apr 2017
196
Mexico
#5
Thank you, Earth, I'll watch it for sure this weekend!!

By the way, I found out that HUMAN is also in Youtube, split in two parts.
You can see the first part here. and the second part here. Don't miss it!
 
Dec 2012
170
Earth
#8
Greetings Camachoe,

What an interesting coincidence. The films we have recommended that people watch here are actually produced by the same person, Yann Arthus-Bertrand. He has also produced some more films that you might interesting.

As expected, the film you recommended was excellent.

Good minds thing alike.

Earth
 
Apr 2017
196
Mexico
#9
I also watched HOME, my dear friend.
Thank you so much for this recommendation.
As we say in Spanish, ¡Muchas gracias, amigo!
 
Jul 2017
238
Kettering, Ohio USA
#10
I saw all three youtube parts of Human, extended version. Yes, there were three, not two. It lasted about 4.5 hours. I really got into it yesterday in the first two parts, but it wasn't the same today apparently because I wasn't as receptive today. I really was compassionate yesterday, and really connected with the speakers. It was really good but I didn't like their habit of showing other people when someone was talking. I highly recommend that everyone see it.
 

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