The Human Body (IMAX)

Theatrical Release: May 12, 2005
The Human Body (IMAX)
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Synopsis

“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 extraordinary accomplishments of our everyday lives.

“The Human Body” incorporates groundbreaking computer graphics with stunning real-life images to create a day in the life of a human body.

“The Human Body” is a presentation of The Learning Channel and BBC Worldwide of a Discovery Pictures and BBC co-production in association with the Maryland Science Center and the Science Museum, London with major funding provided by the National Science Foundation and distributed by nWave Pictures Distribution.

Dove Review

The human body is a complex combination of cells, vessels, organs and functions that has been brought to life in this fascinating film. Through animation, x-rays and other technologies, we are able to see the inside workings of our amazing bodies. From the way our eyes rejuvenate themselves every morning, to how our stomach digests food, we are brought along on a truly incredible journey.

Content Description

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Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: Male and female toddlers swimming nude (genitals shown - not salacious).
Other: None

Info

Company: IMAX
Director: Peter Georgi
Producer: nWave
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 45 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe