Flight from Death: The Quest for Immortality

Flight from Death: The Quest for Immortality

Narrated by Gabriel Byrne (Usual Suspects, Vanity Fair, Miller's Crossing), this seven-time Best Documentary award-winning film (Silver Lake Film Festival, Beverly Hills Film Festival) is the most comprehensive and mind-blowing investigation of humankind's relationship with death ever captured on film. Hailed by many viewers as a "life-transformational film," Flight from Death uncovers death anxiety as a possible root cause of many of our behaviors on a psychological, spiritual, and cultural level. Following the work of the late cultural anthropologist, Ernest Becker, and his Pulitzer Prize-winning book Denial of Death, this documentary explores the ongoing research of a group of social psychologists that may forever change the way we look at ourselves and the world. Over the last twenty-five years, this team of researchers has conducted over 300 laboratory studies, which substantiate Becker's claim that death anxiety is a primary motivator of human behavior...

Flight from Death is the first film to investigate the psychological The effects of death anxiety are embedded within everything we do across Flight from Death is the culmination of many years of research and . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Flight from Death: The Quest for Immortality torrent reviews

F B (de) wrote: Visually stunning but mind numbingly boring apart from some fantastic skiing and extreme footage interspersed throughout the film.

David N (ca) wrote: Un bon film franais et c'est rare de nos jours ^^

mason b (mx) wrote: Allow me to begin this review by saying that I have absolutely no problem with exploitation cinema. I love trashy, cheap thrills and shock value as much as the next person. So I knew exactly what I was going to be in for when I started watching Hobo With a Shotgun, a title that tells you almost all you need to know about the plot, but I'll summarize anyway. A hobo, played by Rutger Hauer, comes to a city so crime-ridden and corrupt as to make Gotham city look ideal, and starts to dispense justice with a shotgun. The films attempts to recreate the appeal of 70's horror movies with all the gore, theatrics, cheap thrills, and shock tactics, and I only found it half-succesful. There is some fun to be had in its outlandish premise, and the film does a good job of re-creating the low-budget feel of exploitation cinema. However as the film tried harder and harder to shock me, the more I found myself unimpressed. The film actually gets a bit dull in a few parts. It is able to pick itself up for a good, explosive ending, but this is mostly for the big exploitation junkies.

Daphne M (gb) wrote: Truly and interesting watch. This is one that requires you to WATCH. No walking away and thinking you'll be ok. Pay attention. This was pretty deep and rather touching. You really never know what's happening or what has happened in ones world. However you must watch. Use the pause if you need more popcorn

Liu C (it) wrote: everything goes back to the starting point finally.

Alan K (ca) wrote: You'll want to (need to) see it more than once

Jaime L (es) wrote: Honestly my only problem with the film is its length, drawing out scenes can work like in the opening ten minutes or so of this but other times it doesn't and only drags my enjoyment down. Still as Once goes on it gets better and better. I found this to be surprising given how much I disliked The Good, The Bad and the Ugly, considered by many to be the "best" of the western genre of which I just found boring. I had a much different experience here perhaps simply because of the characters. Frank, Cheyenne and Harmonica were terrific and it was a shame when I had to leave them.

Todd A (gb) wrote: One of Rankin/Bass's less known but equally fun films.

Joey F (kr) wrote: Do I even need to say anything? This movie is just so much fun. You're making your life worse by not seeing it.

Charlene M (de) wrote: IMHO: This is one of the best time travel movies of all time. The acting is a little lacking, but the writing more than makes up for it. Bought it to share with the hubster cause he's never seen it

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