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With its twinkly piano and soul-stirring cinematography, "Love Thy Nature" feels like the visual equivalent of a hot oil spa massage - and leaves a residual effect that proves equally as fleeting.
For all the information presented, the film is insufficient on details, instead stressing the fairly obvious importance of such things as eating natural foods and getting fresh air.
Endless slow-motion footage of animals, plants and people rolls by. Hard realities, though, are nowhere to be found.
Though the heavy-handed score is emotionally manipulative, Rokab alternates between hopeful and grim prognoses, mercifully providing a measure of hope and possibility that many films of this ilk do not.
The woo about Gaia and such makes even the occasional hard science sound suspect, and questionable statements like people going to parks after 9/11 as proof of the healing power of nature don't help.
In a style that's becoming typical of indie science documentaries, it mixes solid, well established material with poorly substantiated ideas and a tendency to whimsy, but at least it's pretty.
An innovative and soul-stirring documentary for Earth Day.
Has its undeniable value, but a much tougher, less sentimental visual sensibility would have been helpful.
all too much of the message is laced with New Age ideas, some of which are actually dangerous.
A breathtaking, enlightening and powerful ode to the vital symbiosis of man and nature. It will nourish your mind, body and soul. One of the most powerful and inspiring documentaries since An Inconvenient Truth!
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