Introduction to Permaculture Design

Introduction to Permaculture Design

Geoff Lawton takes you into the world of Permaculture and explains the basic concepts for beginners.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:permaculture,  

Geoff Lawton takes you into the world of Permaculture and explains the basic concepts for beginners. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Introduction to Permaculture Design torrent reviews

Simon D (ru) wrote: quite a bizarre tale, I wonder where the inspriation for this character came from. Highly recommended if you're a lover of original stories. It definately had a socialist atmosphere to the film not unlike some eastern european films i've seen, surprising as it is as far from Eastern Europe as you can get. I'm a bit baffled by the river in Santiago. When I was there in 2009 it was a talking point as it was barely a stream yet in this film it was gushing rapids. very odd.

Ipoy I (kr) wrote: good story+ JJH = perfect sayang storyline nya kedodoran di 20 menit trakhir

Forrest H (kr) wrote: This movie was frieken awesome.

Ronald T (gb) wrote: A good story idea, badly told. The scenery was beautiful. The acting was ok for a local theater, but not Hollywood caliber. It has a feel good ending, so there's also that. Meh...

Theodore F (de) wrote: A melancholically comic and critical documentary portrait of multiple different pet lovers in bleak Eastern Europe. The viewer is inundated with scenes of lonely humans pawing fetishisically at their domesticated pets, always on the subversive periphery of anything overtly beastial. The overall effect is too understandibly unpleasent for many, judging by the aborted viewings described in the netflix reviews, though many others will find it worthwhile (though tough going) as any honest view into dark subject matter may demand.Fetishism, which we can define as when one part is elevated above the whole, is ultimately revealed to be director Ulrich Seidl's subject here. More specifically, pets as a fetishistic conduit between humans who have unhealthily surrendered to the sensory titilation of contact with animals, or in some cases the animal nature of contact between humans or between ahuman and himself. All fetishsim is a surrender. These are lonely humans who have been unable to resist this inward withdrawal. This type of surrender takes the form of circularity, like water running down the drain or any repetitious/addictive act. Siedl's film is circular in its form because his stance is ironic toward his subjects, the forceful ambiguity of what subjects on the periphery of a character (when highlighted) can tell us about their core or soul. The static portraiture shots of the humans siletly staring at us with their comically oblivoius animals in the background take on an increasingly confrontational tone; despite their absent conscious awareness of the darker portents manifested in their "animal love" the expressions, an effect of the additive/repetitive nature of the film's design, become markers of shame. I like to think this implies that these souls are salvagable.

Tom H (de) wrote: Lacks in both plot and execution, but i still found the fight sequences to be entertaining. The sudden love interest one of the characters get midway are laughable. It just has no place in a film with barely no real actors. shit almost all fighters in the film use their real life names for their characters.

Siri B (ag) wrote: This could have been a decent film. Instead, the silliness factor rose to new heights ever so often, and there was so much rubble mixed in that it was almost too annoying. If you missed it the first time round (as I did), miss it this time too.

Boris K (kr) wrote: Reflection on blockbuster culture.

julie l (ca) wrote: Love this movie. I want a great dane......

Ken L (ag) wrote: 40% Horror/crime caper take off on the founder of anesthetics

Jon P (nl) wrote: Petulant spirits give way to a swirling pseudo-tragedy in this lyrical adaptation of Jean Cocteau's surrealist novella.Director Jean-Pierre Melville breathes fear into a frivolous, fleeting story, and ensures it aptly descends into a semi-Shakespearian game of hearts.Nicole Stephane is superb as scheming sister, Elisabeth, but it's Melville's musings - both visual and lyrical - which turn Cocteau's ambiguous tale into an tangible event. Infantile hearts die hard.

Robert S (ca) wrote: A film made 96 years ago... and it's still ahead of it's time. Respected ladies and gentlemen take heed. The time will come when such tragedies will be no more. For knowledge will conquer prejudice, truth will conquer lies, and love will triumph over hatred."

Roger H (it) wrote: Not something I'd be interested in.

Alejandro P (it) wrote: Although the plot does not have a good romance, we appreciate a version of snow white more darkest, dramatic and Fascinating action, where we see a snow white fighter, a skilled huntsman and a queen more cruel and vain.