فيلم Seed: The Untold Story

Seed: The Untold Story

Seed: The Untold Story is a movie starring Vandana Shiva, Andrew Kimbrell, and Jane Goodall. A film about the importance of heirloom seeds to the agriculture of the world, focusing on seed keepers and activists from around the world.

Other Titles
Ziarno: Nieznana historia, Semente: A História por Contar, Unser Saatgut - Wir ernten, was wir säen, シード 生命の糧, SEED: The Untold Story
Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Jon Betz, Taggart Siegel
Actors
Winona LaDuke, Andrew Kimbrell, Jane Goodall, Vandana Shiva
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A film about the importance of heirloom seeds to the agriculture of the world, focusing on seed keepers and activists from around the world.

Comments about documentary «Seed: The Untold Story» (17)

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Alan King

This documentary was very well done and well put together. It wasn't sensationalistic, but rather presented a realistic view of how youth culture can effect your life, and be influenced by others. The majority of this documentary was shot in three different locations, while the main location was New York City. Each of the three different locations was perfectly chosen and the editing was very smooth. The documentary was great to see how they selected the locations and the people they spoke to. I thought the documentary was very interesting and kept you guessing and it was very entertaining. It was definitely an informative documentary. It's definitely a must see.

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Jonathan Cole

Seed: The Untold Story is a true story about the world's greatest HIV/AIDS activist, her partner, and their friends and family. It is an inspiring story about hope and hope against hope. It is also a chance to see firsthand the incredible impact that people with HIV have on their communities. The documentary follows the story of HIV/AIDS activist, Billie Jean King, through her struggles and triumphs as well as the people who surround her. The themes are universal. It is a film that should be seen by all people. It is a film that inspires and inspires. The film is not afraid to take a stance on any issue. This is not a film for the faint of heart. This is not a film for the weak. This is a film that anyone can watch and get a better understanding of the devastating impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

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Julie Pearson

I was greatly disappointed with this film. The way that this film was done did not provide the level of information that could have made this film a great success. The way that the film was made, I thought, was a cheap attempt at being entertaining and not much more. I was saddened to learn that the producers were unable to contact me in order to discuss my concerns about this film. There were no phone calls, no emails, no word of mouth. They couldn't get my consent to even show the film in Canada. I was going to see this film, but now, I cannot say that I regret having made the decision that I made. I just wish that the producers had taken the time to reach out to me and explain the full story behind this film.

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Zachary White

This movie has to be seen by every American, every Briton, and every human being on the planet. I thought I knew a lot about the Illuminati, but the new information in this movie really makes me reevaluate what I know. The movie was amazing. It's difficult to say anything negative about this movie because it's so beautifully done. Everyone should see it. It's a MUST SEE movie. Thank you for the Internet and all those who have given us the gift of hearing people's voices.

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Christopher J.

This is a great film with a very high recommendation. This is a very informative, moving, and entertaining documentary about the church's history. The graphics are quite stunning and will stick with you after you have seen the film. This is a MUST SEE film. It is incredibly important to give back to the church in order to better understand and support the church as a spiritual entity that is true and just. This film has really helped me become a better person. This film has helped to push me to do so. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone. This is a very interesting documentary and I would highly recommend it. It is absolutely fascinating and an amazing way to help the church along. The film shows the lengths that the church went to in order to perpetuate the "whole church". It shows the damage that the church did to many members of the congregation. This is a must see.

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Joyce A.

Seed: The Untold Story is an intriguing and thought-provoking film that paints a picture of what the poor and rural African nations have to go through as the global population grows to almost 8 billion people. The vast majority of the world's people live in a rural and agrarian way, as they subsist on low-paid jobs and either a small area of land or an occasional farm, both of which are in dire need of expansion. As the world population increases, the water table is rising and the world's seas are rising due to the impact of climate change, forcing the areas of land, especially in Africa, to face greater and greater hardship. The film's title, "The Untold Story," refers to the idea that an organization called the United Nations is seeking to uncover a secret in order to save the world from global catastrophe. The "Untold Story" is a story about a group of experts, who work to discover the truth and prevent global catastrophe, in a different way than what most people have known. The film explores how the scientists have turned to a concept known as "scientific integrity," which means that they are working with the truth, as opposed to what the organization thinks is the truth. When the film first aired, in January of 2013, it was received positively by the scientific community. The producers put out a video, which introduced the film to the world. In July, the film was selected for the prestigious Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Now in May of 2015, "The Untold Story" has been nominated for 8 Academy Awards, including Best Documentary Feature, Best Documentary Feature Actress, Best Documentary Feature Director, Best Film, and Best Adapted Screenplay. The film was also nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Documentary Feature, Best Director, and Best Cinematography, and was nominated for 6 Golden Globe Awards, including Best Screenplay, Best Director, Best Actor (Bruno Ganz), Best Supporting Actress (Dakota Johnson), Best Director, Best Picture, and Best Foreign Language Film. All in all, "The Untold Story" is a fascinating and thought-provoking film that tells a story that people need to hear and understand. I highly recommend that people watch this film and learn more about the challenges faced by the world's poor and rural African nations.

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Lawrence

A must see! What a profound and human story! The amazing feat of nature and man. Please watch it!

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Jacob Jacobs

I had no idea what to expect from a documentary when I picked up the film Seed. What I saw was an incredible and unprecedented film. I've never been able to think about what would I do in the wake of witnessing something horrific in my lifetime. Watching this film, I felt every emotion imaginable. I could barely take a breath. I was stunned. I was traumatized. I felt every emotion I have ever felt when someone I love is taken away from me. The more I learned about the case, the more deeply I was drawn into it. The more I realized how rare such a thing is, and how impossible it is to ever forget the person you love. The more I realized that no matter what the outcome is, the pain and suffering will never be stopped. This is a film that should not be missed. I am completely shocked at the negative reviews. This is truly a must-see. I hope people realize that a documentary is the best way to put together a documentary. The film truly shines. And when I say that it shines, I mean it. Every single shot in the film is beautiful. I was shocked at how well-filmed the film was. I really feel like the best parts were filmed in my home. Every shot was perfect. The only complaint I have is that it could have been a little longer. It would have been perfect if the film went on for an hour or so. However, I can't complain about the film because I feel it's a masterpiece. The film really touches you emotionally and leaves you wanting more. It's really something to watch. It's heartbreaking and incredibly emotional. It's something that you can't stop thinking about. This film is truly a masterpiece.

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Timothy Lane

The show is great, the humor is great, the characters are great. The first time I saw the show was when I was like 10. And that is my favorite part of the show. The one that makes it a cult classic and an instant cult classic is the war. I love the battles and when the citizens of Green Gate are fighting in the war. I would love to see it again, I just saw it on my TV last night and I didn't even know it was coming. I watched it, and I will never get tired of it. I have a feeling that everyone is going to love the show. It's the perfect show to watch after you go back to school or university. There are so many things to learn from it. The tone is the perfect one for it. I think you should see the show. It's not only for kids. I hope they make it into a full movie. I loved it, and I think everyone should see it.

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Aaron W.

As someone who has been working for years in the aerospace industry, I feel this film has a lot of value. Not only for aerospace engineers, but anyone who wants to see the problems that are facing our country, and the solutions we need. The topics of the film are: Weather forecasting, Earthquakes, and the dangers of aging. The crew's approach is to attempt to visualize the effects of climate change on our current infrastructure, but most importantly, they discuss the effects that climate change will have on the human race, and to what extent that will be survivable. While the documentary itself is very informative, it is not the action of the film that makes it so great. The wonderful quality of the film is that it is real, and is certainly believable, yet it is not overly politically correct, nor does it "complement" climate change "the left" that the government and media has tried to portray as the primary issue. I have to say that I am a bit weary of "political" documentaries, especially ones that are strongly "pro" or "anti" climate change. As an engineer, I do not believe that it is correct to portray the actual science of climate change as a "conspiracy" between government agencies, or that those who have worked in the industry are somehow motivated by money. The film is strong on the information and testimony that it presents, and the great thing about it is that the scientific data and observations that are presented, are ones that are not "supposed" to be true, but are the true facts as they are based on current scientific understanding. I highly recommend this film to anyone, who wants to learn more about the challenges facing our planet, and to find out how the situation has been improving over the past few decades. I am not a scientist, but I felt that this documentary gave a much better view of what is going on, and is still going on, in the world today. This documentary is a great way to start, and if you are in the military or interested in a career in the industry, I would recommend this documentary to you.

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Katherine

The film, Seed: The Untold Story, is a documentary about the Orchid Relief Foundation and what they do. The film is in a nutshell about how the Orchid Relief Foundation saved the lives of children in the United States during the Great Depression. The film takes a look at how the foundation saves lives. The film covers all the steps of the organization and goes into great detail on the story of the foundation. The film also looks at the various people who have been in the organization, how the people who work for the foundation are chosen and how the organization is financed. It was a pleasure to watch the film. The film is about saving the lives of children. It is also about giving back to society. The film shows how the foundation was started and how it changed the lives of children. The film is very well written. It is a great documentary. I have watched this film several times and I enjoy the stories of the children that have been saved by the organization. The film is not a negative film, it is a good film. The film was edited very well. It is an engaging film and I have enjoyed it so much that I will recommend it to others.

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Daniel S.

A brilliant documentary from some of the greatest movie makers and film historians alive. Whether you're a serious film maker or a casual watcher, this is a must see.

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Julie Turner

I am proud to say that I live in London, and I watched this documentary at a party, and I don't usually go to parties. So this movie really hit home for me. I didn't want to come across as someone who was highly critical of the guys, but it was so much more than that. I really appreciate this movie and I will definitely buy the DVD in a few months time. I think it is a movie that really does a good job of putting into perspective what is going on in the world, and it's sad how this situation was handled. I don't really know the men involved, but I know their stories, and the effect it had on them and the people around them. I'm just so happy to see this movie on DVD!

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Rachel R.

Before watching this movie, I did not know that the aforementioned IKEA man, Dave, would make a documentary on what IKEA did for him and his family. The footage from the original documentary, "IKEA Way" was never screened as it contained news footage and commentary from a few people that did not really know anything about the company. This documentary, "IKEA Way", was done by IKEA, the company, and the documentary goes in depth on the story of a man that was caught with some really disturbing information about what went on at the company. This man and his family, who are Canadian, are in very good health. They are all in great health and they are proud of that. This documentary was meant to be educational to anyone who wishes to know more about what happened at IKEA. It is an educational film. If you want to know more about IKEA, I recommend you to watch this documentary.

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Diane Walsh

I enjoyed the documentary a lot. I especially liked the process of discovering the plant seed and knowing the land was valuable. It was interesting to learn that the seed started the seed bank movement and how it spread to more and more seed banks. The producers were good at identifying some of the groups that were contributing to the cause. Their stories were funny, but so were the people interviewed. It was a great effort to present the work of the people who were on the land. I highly recommend this film.

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Beverly

I would recommend this documentary to everyone and especially to anybody who is living in Europe and can appreciate the details of the United States or people who have been there or know a person who has been there. It is the truth, which is what I like most about this documentary, that it does not try to present the reality or influence anybody. It just tells the truth as it is, as it has happened, and as it is for most of the people who lived through this era. This documentary is really for people who have lived through this time. It is a must watch for everyone who lived through this time. I have watched it twice and will watch it more. This documentary is one of the best I have seen, and it deserves to be on the best documentary films list. The first time I watched it, I did not understand all of it and had to watch it again. The second time I watched it, I could understand the story of how people could still live through the times they lived through, and still have some sense of normalcy, and how people must still deal with the tragedies of their past, and how the people still live their life and still have problems, which is what makes people sad. I can really feel the pain and the difficulties these people went through in the past, and how difficult it was for them to deal with the aftermath. That is what makes this documentary so important. I would recommend this documentary to everyone, because it is important to understand that there is still people alive today who have experienced the things that happened, and that they have problems with their own. I am happy to see that the people who watched this documentary, found out that there is still some kind of normal life for most of the people living through this time. People have not been through the same as the people who lived through the time, and they just have to deal with it and live with it. That is what I like most about this documentary. I have watched this documentary three times, and I still cannot get enough of it, and I will watch it a fourth time in the next week. The only reason I could not give this documentary a 10 is that I could not understand all of it, but I hope that I will understand more in the future, and that this documentary will continue to be appreciated by all the people who watch it.

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Madison Williamson

I just wanted to share a bit of my opinion on this film, as a fan of this genre for years. I recently caught it on TV, and was in a good mood and wanted to see it. The way it was told was great, and the way it was shown had me on the edge of my seat, until the end of the film. I was shocked at the amount of people out there that I've seen, who either have never heard of the seeds of ideas that the makers of this film have brought forth, or who have just had no clue what they are talking about. For some, it may be a bit confusing, but I was able to figure it out, without a lot of thought. It was simply awesome. This is the most honest, true, and authentic depiction of what is going on with the seed industry out there, and what it means to the growers and growers' families. It is a must-see, and if you are thinking about watching it, do it! I can not imagine anyone not liking this film. It may not be a great film to tell a 100th story, or even 100% true, but if you are in the mood to have an emotional experience that can't be reproduced or repeated, watch this film. It's not going to be for everyone, but it is definitely worth a watch, especially for those who are interested in the seed industry.