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Traces the expansion of the human race from central Africa to Asia to the edge of South America.

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Clive Maltby
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William H. Calvin William H. Calvin ... Himself (as William Calvin)
Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza ... Himself
Nina Jablonski Nina Jablonski ... Herself
Richard Klein Richard Klein ... Himself
Michel Lorblanchet Michel Lorblanchet ... Himself
Zakirzhan Niyazov Zakirzhan Niyazov ... Himself
R.M. Pitchappan R.M. Pitchappan ... Himself
Merritt Ruhlen Merritt Ruhlen ... Himself
Peter Underhill Peter Underhill ... Himself
Spencer Wells Spencer Wells ... Host
Doug Williams Doug Williams ... Himself
Royden Yates Royden Yates ... Himself
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Traces the expansion of the human race from central Africa to Asia to the edge of South America.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 January 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Jornada do Homem See more »

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Amguema Tundra, Siberia, Russia See more »

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Spencer Wells... not so much?
27 September 2009 | by videoeditor1234See all my reviews

I watched this in my anthropology class, and Spencer Wells is, to be quite honest, a pompous ass. Yes, he is a brilliant geneticist, but he is also very culturally insensitive. He goes and interviews many peoples, and basically tells them that their religious beliefs of where they came from were wrong. He took a wrong approach to the whole thing, and was actually shot down several times by people he was interviewing. Yes, he is smart, and i do agree with his research as being very helpful, but he also places himself much higher than others. He really should have taken along a cultural anthropologist with him... Other than that, the movie was very good, and he did a great job of explaining his theories, and as to why they were true. But, he did whine a bit to much when he went out to meet the reindeer herders.


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