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Moon Inside You (2009)

Diana is not the only one for whom the monthly period is no fun at all. Headaches, nausea, depression -- why is it so widely accepted that women all over the world should feel so lousy on a... See full summary »

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Diana is not the only one for whom the monthly period is no fun at all. Headaches, nausea, depression -- why is it so widely accepted that women all over the world should feel so lousy on a regular basis? And why is the subject still not openly discussed? With a keen sense of perspective, humor, and self-mockery, Diana goes in search of answers. The most wide-ranging theories put forward by anthropologists, psychologists, journalists, gynecologists, and belly-dance teachers are intercut with old-fashioned information films and animated clips. The connecting factor throughout the film is 11-year-old Dominika, who keeps the audience updated about her impending menstruation, bringing up all kinds of questions. Why is blue liquid used in advertisements for sanitary napkins? Is the pill being used to adjust our body's rhythm to that of a male-dominated society? Why do we bleed when, in nature, blood is synonymous with death? Diana's quest brings her a deeper understanding and appreciation ... Written by IDFA Festival

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8 March 2009 (France)  »

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The typical documentary for see one time...
1 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

I was surprised when I saw that this title have 7'7/10 in IMDb... Very surprised... (WARNING! : If you are a girl, don't read this review. You will disagree at all).

I know that the documentary talk about the menstruation. I was watched with my class this film, and the boys can't stop laughing. This is serious? The characters are disappointing, overcoat the girl (the worst of all). The information of the menstruation is true, but exaggerated. A woman's director was to be.

And this not is the only. The music is crappy, a soundtrack what do that your ears bleed. The girl, a children with the menstruation, very good. Repellent and stupid with the camera. I felt like throwing up. And the 3D animation of the ovum...

75 minutes of loss of time where you will ask aloud the end.

*THE WORST: All. The exaggeration of the menstruation. *THE BEST: The end, when you know that this finish. And the laughs.

If you are a boy, you be agree with this. I think.


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