Yann Arthus-Bertrand, 190 min.
The French master photographer's portrait of the inhabitants of our small planet is a magnificent, cinematic experience like no other.
Get ready for the world's largest self-portrait. The French master photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand has thrilled and amazed people around the world with his magnificent images of the diversity of human life on our little planet. His latest film follows up on the picture series 'Earth from Above' and the film 'Home' from 2009, and is an incredibly beautiful and thought-provoking work, which has to be seen on the big screen at all cost. And while Bertrand is known for portraying the world from its most sublime angles, this time he has turned his camera on its inhabitants. 'Human' is a portrait of human kind all over Earth. Our differences and similarities, who we are and how we can live together. Both as a cinematic masterpiece and a sociological field study, 'Human' is in an absolute league of its own, and uses both close-ups and monumental wide angles to give us an overwhelming overall impression of a world that is at once strange and familiar.
|Running time:||190 min|
|Tags:||Politiken Audience Award Top Dox Hits|
|Editor:||Françoise Bernard, Anne-Marie Sangla|
|Production Company:||Humankind Production|
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