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Great documentary with amazing visual representation of science-based effects of fungi.
Liked it but needed more emphasis on set and setting rather than how great it is. Concerned about commodification of indigenous spiritual practices by white people.
Fantastic, as clearly fungi are one of the most important things in nature for the human race!
This cannot be over-stated. Apart from the possibility of all sorts of cures and human and environmental benefits, fungi might literally SAVE US, by SAVING THE BEES!!!.
An absolutely compelling movie about the VITAL role that fungi play in evolution and in health and healing. Paul Stamets is due for a Nobel Prize for his work with mushrooms, and Louie Schwartsburg time-lapse filmwork is stellar. Louie's time-lapse filmwork is not stationary but moves, allowing the viewer to have a more wide view of the growth and evolution of nature (and many mushrooms).
Can not give this movie enough of a 5 star rating. Would give in 10 stars if I could. Fascinating, uplifting, and necessary watch.
Amazing cinematography that unfortunately often distracted from the narrative.
More people need to watch this.
This movie covers so much in such fascinating and beautiful stories and images in a very entertaining 80 minutes. It would be worth seeing in a small screen, but the amazing time lapsed growth of so many wonderful mushrooms make it so well suited to a big screen. Thanks for showing it at Claremont Laemmle 5!!!
the photography was stunning.