Death By Design

Explore the world within your own body in Peter Friedman and Jean-Francois Brunet's fascinating and light-hearted documentary look at cellular biology. Microphotography of the human body is mixed with footage of imploding skyscrapers, silent comedies and Busby Berkeley musicals to illustrate how cells develop and die in order to create life.

Year: 1997
Genre: Documentaries, Natural History Docos, General Docos, Being Human Docos
Country: USA
Director: Jean- Francois Brunet
Duration: 75 Minutes
Rating: Ex
Location in store: Documentary (Being Human)



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