Birth: it's a miracle. A rite of passage. A natural part of life. But more than anything, birth is a business. Compelled to find answers after a disappointing birth experience with her ... See full summary »
Mary Helen Ayres,
Winner of Grand Prix Award at 2014 Life Sciences Film Festival. A documentary on the latest research on the origins of the microbiome; how microscopic events during childbirth have lifelong consequences for the health of our children.
Enter the world of undisturbed birth as 11 couples share their intimate personal journeys, facing their fears and moving through pain into the ecstasy of birth. Orgasmic Birth poses the ultimate challenge to our cultural myths.
Pregnant bodies are easier for society to accommodate. What follows birth is a different, messier story. Through new and honest ways, with a wide range of frank, difficult, revealing ... See full summary »
National Geographic: Incredible Human Machine takes viewers on a two-hour journey through an ordinary, and extraordinary, day-in-the-life of the human machine. With stunning high-definition... See full summary »
National Geographic does a great job. it's amazing how TV can teach you so many interesting things. and oh my God , there's so many things happening in a woman's womb ! a great documentary. lot of things in that. must see it for your self , don't mind me. all I can say is that you'll be for sure glue to the TV for the whole hour and 30 min . I can promise you that.great images taking from the inside , shows you how the baby grows and what changes happened there. he he he . I gave 'em a 10 ! they deserve it. I watched with my girlfriend and she was impressed too of what she saw in this documentary. it makes you wonder for sure , giving birth is no easy stuff. life is such a precious thing !
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