Human (I) (2015)

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A collection of stories about and images of our world, offering an immersion to the core of what it means to be human.

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  • HUMAN at the Grand Rex in Paris.
  • HUMAN at the Grand Rex in Paris.
  • HUMAN at the Grand Rex in Paris. Yann Arthus-Bertrand with Anne Hidalgo (mayor of Paris) and Delphine Ernotte (president of France Télévisions).
  • HUMAN at the Grand Rex in Paris.
  • Human (2015)
  • HUMAN at the Grand Rex in Paris. Yann Arthus-Bertrand with Claude Lelouch, Elsa Zylberstein and Nolwenn Leroy.

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Yann Arthus-Bertrand

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5 March 2016 | yris2002
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| A stunning and emotionally gripping act of love towards mankind
A heartfelt and deeply committed doc-pic, HUMAN is of course something more and beyond a picture, it's an act of faithful love towards mankind, towards the frailties and strength of humanity, highlighting the intolerable but still arising contradictions of a sometimes illogical human world.

The high-definition close-up shots of people's faces, courageously and honestly opening their soul to the viewer, creates a strong empathy and a sense of connection transcending all borders: we all feel the same, hurt the same, think the same. I found some interviews really touching, although never pathetic or overly affectionate, simply because real and human.

The short intimate accounts of personal lives are spaced with visually stunning slow-motion aerial shots of impressive natural and human landscapes, and the music also complements the high emotional value of the picture, which I would highly recommend to see.

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