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The Human Experience (2010)

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This is a true story of a band of brothers who travel the world in search of the answers to the burning questions: Who am I? What is the reason for living? Have we forgotten what it means to be human? Their journey begins in the "concrete jungle," where the brothers spend the coldest days of the year living among the homeless on the streets of New York City. As their story unfolds, they find themselves among people from the far corners of the world: from the orphans and disabled children of Peru, to the abandoned lepers in the forests of Ghana, Africa. What the young men discover impacts them forever. The brothers are awakened to the beauty of the human person and the resilience of the human spirit.
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PG-13 (for mature thematic material and some disturbing images)
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Documentary , Special Interest
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theatrical cut works less successfully than its trailer

Full Review… | May 3, 2010
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½

It's an emotional, heartfelt, and thought-provokingly optimistic display of the beauty of human life told through the powerful experiences of several truly inspirational individuals.

Chad Blankenship
Chad Blankenship
½

Because it treats the subject of humanity so tenderly and lovingly, it's already pretty great. It's well made and full of feeling. I do wish it had even extended the question past the purpose of life on earth, but I can see why they took the approach they did.

Zeke  Taylor
Zeke Taylor
½

When they say The Human Experience, they aren't kidding. This isn't a movie as much as it is an experience, which everyone should see. From living on the cold streets of New York to journeying through the mountains of Africa, this is an important movie that teaches you to appreciate your family, your home, and your health. The main character mentions "As long as you have both of your parents loving you, that's all you really need." That line defined the true message of the movie for me.

Kevin Mozulay
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