The Secret Life of Plants
The story is a documentary of research that shows fairly conclusively that plants are actually aware of what goes on around them, even miles away. It is somewhat humorous in the methods it uses to prove the secret life of plants, but thought-provoking in the conclusions it arrives at. The most wonderful thing about the film is the soundtrack. This is original music composed by Stevie Wonder. There is even a scene in the film of Stevie singing one of his songs in a boat on a river. This scene is very moving, as Stevie is blind and yet able to know where he is going. The scene is the climax to the movie, and metaphoric as to what has been presented about plants, that although they don't seem to have senses as human beings and animals do, they are quite well aware of what is going on around them and where they fit into this in the evolutionary process.
Time-lapse photography documents the pain and joy plants experience and how they communicate it. Soundtrack by Stevie Wonder. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Secret Life of Plants torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: a cancin de Mariza, "Meu Fado Meu" es hermosa, ya por eso vale la pena ver la peli creo... aunque sean solo videos...
(fr) wrote: A bit dry but fascinating all the same, as acknowledged experts in politics, intelligence and the military basically explain how the Bush Administration lied and cheated to take the nation to war.
(mx) wrote: Looks awful, which means I need to see it.
(kr) wrote: This is so bad, so incredibly bad that... just... I freaking love it! No matter the time, place, mood or whatever, I could watch this and just completely trip away from my troubles, so hilariously awful that this... effort is.If at all possible, I wouldn't grace it with stars since, on the serious side, it deserves none. As a personal experience though, this gets 6 out of 5, three thumbs up, about 13 Oscars -- and why not throw in a Grammy for good measure.My slow applause as I stand in thankful ovation.
(ca) wrote: the 2nd one was a bust... why would the 3rd one be any better?
(jp) wrote: This one of my favorite movies of all times
(nl) wrote: An enjoyably trashy early 80's low-budget "ALIEN" rip-off--Intergalactic Troubleshooter Mike Colby VS Genetic Mutant!!
(ca) wrote: Wes Craven films can really go either way when it comes to the quality of the content, but in this instance, it seems that it fell somewhere in the middle between camp and serious. Swamp Thing is, of course, based on the DC comic of the same name and spawned movies, a TV series, cartoons and video games based upon it. It never reached levels of success that something like Batman or Spider-Man did, but it garnered enough of a cult following to be relevant. The movie is actually the project that helped Wes Craven get A Nightmare on Elm Street made two years later, so you have to give it credit for that. It's a fun movie which I laughed out loud at often because of how unintentionally funny it is, so you may enjoy it on that level too. It's hard to take things like a wolf swinging a sword against a swamp monster seriously.
(nl) wrote: Shitty slasher with a terrible song that I think is called "The Gangster Ahhhh!" Not much else to say about it really.
(fr) wrote: Ok this was a weird movie kind of suspenseful. Not a bad way to kill time on a Sunday afternoon
(ru) wrote: Does anyone know where I could get this film? Please reply!
(it) wrote: Not a good movie.Elvis was not a good actor in westerns.
(us) wrote: Great acting and appropriate family relationships that are explored, a "happy tearjerker"? Liked it.