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hr. 43 min.

Plot Summary
Three years in the making, "The Human Body" reveals the incredible story of life. In astonishing detail, this large format film presents a look at the biological processes that go on without our control and often without our notice. Throughout the film we follow a family from dawn to dusk as they go about their daily routines. But this is no ordinary story. This is the tale of what takes place beneath the skin -- a tale that allows us to see the accomplishments of our everyday lives.

Cast: Heather Pike , Buster Pike , Zannah Lawrence , Luke Brinkers ,

Director: Peter Georgi

Genres: Documentary

The Human Body (2001)

Release Date: January 1st, 2001| hr. 43 min.

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  • 100
    Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    There's some excellent biological information in this film for preteens and teens -- if they can stop giggling long enough to hear it. show more

  • 90
    Chuck Wilson L.A. Weekly

    There's no denying the overwhelming force of the giant IMAX screen, as we're reminded that each of us is the coolest special effect ever. show more

  • 70
    Robert Koehler Variety

    It's the soundtrack, as much as the opticals, which makes this brief Imax trip a thoroughly sensory experience. show more

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