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National Geographic: The Incredible Human Body (2002)


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Credited cast:
P.J. Brown ... Himself - Basketball Player
... Narrator
Donald Coffey ... Himself - Johns Hopkins University
Richard Frackowiak ... Himself - University College London
Fred Gage ... Himself - Salk Institute
John Gearhart ... Himself - Stem Cell Researcher
James Patrick Kelly ... Himself - Cab Driver
Barry Lee ... Himself - Cab Driver
... Herself - Shopper
Frederick Meyer ... Himself - Surgeon
Andy Miller ... Himself - Student
Louise Osborne ... Herself - Cab Driver
Darryl Pearson ... Himself - Patient
Inez Pearson ... Herself - Patient
Robert Prosser ... Himself - Embryologist


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Amazing documentary for public
2 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

This was one of the first documentaries I saw about the human body, and I like it very much.

The use of graphics in the documentary was amazing, it dazzled me. As you are actually seeing the different layers of the human body in action.

The plot as it goes from the birth of a baby girl and then taking you as she grows up till the death of her, made this documentary very very interesting. Also full of scientific information.

I have also to state that this will appear somewhat naive for medical students and professionals. I use some of the shots in this documentary to illustrate some points and make somethings clear to my students.

finally, I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the human body and want to see a new original approach to the story of human life on the anatomical and physiological level.

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