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Fernando E. Solanas
Fernando E. Solanas
A history on stress is followed by examples of what causes it and what are the effects and the different ways of viewing it. Neuro Emotional Technique/N.E.T. is introduced as treatment for stress and examples of results are given.
Documentary that recovers unpublished recordings and historical documents about the general and former Argentine president Juan Domingo Perón, with the aim of reclaiming his political project in the present.
The filmmaker's journey across seven Argentine provinces, investigating the social and environmental consequences of the transgenic agricultural model with agricultural toxins. Today, in order to keep up with larger export quantities, it produces grains, meat and food with pesticides and chemicals.Written by
Although the documentary gives the impression of having been filmed with a webcam of the 50s and does not disclose any sensational news, it is clear and educational. It's a priori the main objective. Moreover, it offers cold comfort via a sad ascertainment: in Argentina or elsewhere, in France for instance, it is unfortunately everywhere the same refrain with overproduction in the disregard of both consumers and environment.
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