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After World War II, the term of eugenics almost disappeared from the world's dictionaries. Pavel Stingl revives the idea of eugenics, but presents it as an example of messianic syndrome and... See full summary »

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Pavel Stingl

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After World War II, the term of eugenics almost disappeared from the world's dictionaries. Pavel Stingl revives the idea of eugenics, but presents it as an example of messianic syndrome and misuse of science. Will humanity survive eugenics or vice versa? Written by Anonymous

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Not realy a document
28 December 2019 | by tomanr-55858See all my reviews

I really don't know if it's a documentary or just some artistic expression of history. The documentary brings nothing new, nothing inspiring, just repeats all that has been said. All this is accompanied by giant materials with artistically drawn figures. Document level 80's.


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1 November 2013 (Germany) See more »

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Eugenic Minds See more »

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