The Knowledge of Healing

The Knowledge of Healing

A documentary film about Tibetan traditional medicine.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:German,Tibetan
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:medical,  

The first feature documentary dealing extensively with Tibetan medicine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Knowledge of Healing torrent reviews

David D (de) wrote: Imagine a vampire movie set in Brooklyn, in which the main vampire character was played by a crude and overweight version of the young Woody Allen. That's roughly the movie director Onur Tukel imagined and starred in. Very original. Very funny. Often in very bad taste. Quite enjoyable.

Karsh D (us) wrote: Even Segal would have been embarrassed by this. Awful.

Petros T (nl) wrote: A masterclass in super-tense entertainment. The many fistfights are just exemplary and, very importantly, inventive, whereas the whole premise is simple and effective enough to let the action unfold. Gareth Evans's direction is excellent, and he seems to know exactly where to go with his film in terms of pacing and overall orchestration of the action. "The Raid" is 100 minutes long but never becomes boring or repetitive. Instead it keeps you glued to your seat right until the mindblowing climax.

Benjamin S (jp) wrote: So undeniably horrible it's good It's funny in a stupid wayMade me laugh

emma p (gb) wrote: this was so disturbing and uncomfortable to watch but also delightful! it was amazing.

Jerry R (mx) wrote: Toy Story 2 may not capture the magic like Toy Story but is a sturdy sequel

Nik M (fr) wrote: The groundbreaking animation, top-notch voice acting, spot-on thematic writing are all the decorative elements to this beautifully-crafted all-ages film.

Tiberio S (fr) wrote: Though not up there with the earlier classics of Mel Brooks, this movie is still silly enough to have us laughing our tights off.

Trevor L (gb) wrote: Quite possibly the worst movie that I've ever seen!!!!!This Fred Savage failure is dark, loud, creepy, and unnaturally evil. A large chunk of this torture is the two main characters framing small children for awful "pranks". This movie is very mean spirited and unfit for small children. This REALLY should be a PG-13 movie. So avoid the monstrosity as much as possible.

Michael H (mx) wrote: An extremely valuable document of the extermination of Jews during WWII. The twenty-five years since it's release add a second layer as a document of the 70s, when it was filmed. I am ambivalent about the length of the film. The length allows us to get to know the interviewees and the locations well and become immersed in the details of lives lived so immersed in horror that it became, for some, routine. On the other hand, the innumerable and sometimes repetitious advancing or retreating shots and the subtitling of the interviews conducted via translator could have been tightened up in editing to cut an hour or more off the running length with little chance of undermining it's impact. I expect that the running time was more effective in the mid-Eighties when the film was released and these stories were a revelation than it is now when most of us have been exposed to many, many details of WWII that were less easily shared in the decades closer to the war.


jack d (gb) wrote: this movie is awesome

Jenna I (mx) wrote: I went into this not knowing anything about it so I was totally thrown off guard by the whole mix of Shakespeare/find my mother plot. From a technical and visual stand point this movie is amazing-the talking magazines, the interview style mixed with narration mixed with storytelling, the sexual tableaus, the mixed bag of characters... there's so much in this movie that it was a bit overwhelming and I missed the emotional connections.