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A collection of stories about and images of our world, offering an immersion to the core of what it means to be human.
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Luis Cancu ...
Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Atman ...
Himself, Haiti
Berthony ...
Himself
Bruno ...
Himself
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Himself, USA
Ian ...
Himself, Australia
Estima Joseph ...
Himself
Leonard ...
Himself, USA
Maria ...
Herself, Brazil
Pepe Mujica ...
Himself, Uruguay
Qusai ...
Himself, Jordan
Sophie ...
Herself
Tjimuremo ...
Herself, Namibia
Yevgeny ...
Himself, Russia
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A collection of stories about and images of our world, offering an immersion to the core of what it means to be human.

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12 September 2015 (France)  »

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A magnificent experience and way to expand your view of humanity.
17 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Very broad and deep viewing.

The slow panning scenes and atmospheric music deliver a sublime high definition experience complimented and counterbalanced by short intimate accounts of very personal stories mostly about the individuals themselves and their sometimes incredible lives and at times harrowing experiences. So much so I had to pause for a break from the emotional intensity of some of the toughest stories.

There are three volumes/films and I have only watched most of the way through the first so far. I wonder if the on-screen text is played/available in other languages because I saw them in English on Google Play and the multitude people telling their stories are truly drawn from all walks of life and corners of the world.

A marvelous way to expand your view of humanity.


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