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Other People's Breast Milk (2008)

Kate Garraway investigates breastfeeding, focusing on wet nursing, breast-milk-donation and cross-feeding.




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Vanessa Beecroft ...
Kate Garraway ...
Herself - Presenter


Kate Garraway investigates breastfeeding, focusing on wet nursing, breast-milk-donation and cross-feeding.

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OK documentary but doesn't stick out from the crowd
16 February 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Other People's Breast Milk was shown as part of Channel 4's G-Spot season of documentaries. These documentaries mainly looked at issues relating to sexuality from a female perspective. Other People's Breast Milk looks at the same subject of Channel 4's earlier documentary, Extraordinary Breastfeeding. The subject being people (who are not babies or toddlers) who drink breast milk. Other People's Breast Milk takes the subject further and features adults who still drink breast milk (Extraordinary Breastfeeding only featured older children).

GMTV's Kate Garraway presents this documentary. It is the current trend with documentaries to feature the presenter's personal journey and opinions; this is no exception. Kate Garraway is an OK presenter, quite interesting, quite amusing but anyone could present this. As expected this documentary features some oddball characters including a woman who sells her breast milk and a man who can't get enough of its creamy goodness.

This documentary features an arguably ridiculous subject matter and in places delves into almost making fun of the people featured. Kate Garraway does her best at presenting this and I'm sure she has a fan base who will watch because she is featured. there is nothing of note to make this documentary stand out from the crowd apart from its unusual subject matter. Worth watching but you are not missing out if you don't catch it.

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