The Human Body

The Human Body

Story of what happens under the skin that lets you see the extraordinary achievements of everyday human life. The film provides images of the 100 billion new red blood cells produced by the body every morning, the 40 yards of new hair sprouting every day, a trip on a tomato from the mouth to the stomach, babies able to hold his breath under water or cells moving with music within the ear.

Story of what happens under the skin that lets you see the extraordinary achievements of everyday human life. The film provides images of the 100 billion new red blood cells produced by the body every morning, the 40 yards of new hair sprouting every day, a trip on a tomato from the mouth to the stomach, babies able to hold his breath under water or cells moving with music within the ear. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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CHRIS H (ru) wrote: My SON loves MH, and this one is no exception ! I personally can't stand them, but I'm a parent, what do I know lol

Frank L (it) wrote: *** THIS IS A FILM THAT SHOULDN'T BE MISSED ***

Heather M (ru) wrote: Sweet story, but a bit over the top with the musical numbers.

Mithun G (us) wrote: Gorgeous film directed by Etgar Keret who is one of my fav writers.

Dave A (it) wrote: There is no substituting Angie Harmon with Anthony Anderson. Instead of delivering an adventure, Agent Cody Banks 2 offers more gags and laughs. Here was a prime opportunity for more action and suspense, blithered away by slapstick.

Andrew L (ru) wrote: With multiple Hong Kong gangsters, it is decided who wants power and the person to be in charge. Herman Yau directs a good film with a good story behind it with some good performances. Most of all I only saw this film because Elanne Kwong is in it, and she surely pulled off another good performance.

Aasma k (fr) wrote: its very interesting

Dana C (au) wrote: This movie is a classic!!

Douglas C (mx) wrote: Totaly under-rated movie, great comedy frm evryone

Greg W (us) wrote: another example of whites playing minority parts

Ralph C (es) wrote: It was an alright addition with some laughs but they really need to stop making these lame sequels and focus on a reunion movie with the original cast.

Anthony I (ru) wrote: "I'm not even supposed to be here today!". The primal roar of the Generation X, indeed. Clerks is awesome, and I mean that in the most 90's way possible. It could be grungiest movie of all time. Just a bunch of slackers, barely making money, complaining about their insanely easy lives as convenient store clerks. A bunch of nobodies, that want to be known as somebodies, without doing any of the work. Then there's Jay and Silent Bob. Those two are magic, don't ask me why. I love how the movie wants to be taken as a serious art film, having each scene titled with big college words. Look between the aesthetic, and it's practically as sophisticated as today's Judd Apatow movies. It's a portrait of New Jersey, 90's youth culture, the VHS era, and laziness.