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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, SEED: The Untold Story, Unser Saatgut - Wir ernten, was wir säen, シード 生命の糧, Semente: A História por Contar
Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jon Betz, Taggart Siegel
Andrew Kimbrell, Jane Goodall, Vandana Shiva, Winona LaDuke
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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» (20)

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This movie will keep you interested for the entire 90 minutes or so. A small group of strangers, who decide to get together to learn about their experiences. They share stories about the struggle of being gay, and the discrimination they've faced. What I found most interesting was the conversations they had with other people who were in the same situation. The conversations were fascinating. This is a really good documentary that should be shown to everyone.

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I had never heard of this film before, so I was not sure what to expect. The result is that I am so glad I went and saw it. This is the kind of documentary that gives the viewer an insight into the life of a person, and the importance of family and friends. It is truly a must see for any person who wants to understand the impact of an illness on a family. I am so glad that the family members of people with AIDS were able to share their stories with the world, and that they were able to let people know the life that they had and their joys and their struggles. It is truly a powerful film that I recommend everyone see. I was impressed with the director's style, his style, and the tone of the film. It was a pleasure to watch the story unfold, and I found it very heart-warming.

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Judith Barnett

This movie should be required viewing for anyone interested in the legacy of LSD. The documentary is a must see for anyone who has ever taken LSD, or has a family member who has. There are a lot of messages in this movie, which are more relevant now than ever. I would recommend it to anyone who has ever taken LSD, or anyone who is currently taking LSD. It's very well done and highly entertaining.

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Justin Fox

I really like the guy that made this film and I loved that it was a personal view of the people that made this film. I thought it was really good. The story and the people involved in the making of the film really makes you feel like you are there. I found it very refreshing to hear the real story of this film and the people involved in making it. I thought the director did an excellent job of presenting the real story and the real people involved in the making of this film. I hope people get to see this film because I really think it's a really good documentary.

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This is the first film by director Ben Kuchera that I've seen. In it, Kuchera talks about the processes of seed preservation, the people who are involved in these efforts, and the issue of climate change. In particular, Kuchera talks about the efforts of Seed Preservation, a non-profit dedicated to preserving the world's rarest seeds. His talk is a good overview of what goes into preserving seed varieties, as well as the controversy surrounding it. It also gives a good overview of the idea of preserving seeds in general. As a documentary, it's well-edited and well-directed, and there are some nice moments, particularly during the closing scenes, where Kuchera narrates the history of the seed preservation movement, as well as the present-day efforts. It's a very interesting film, and it's worth checking out.

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This film follows in the footsteps of The Heartbreak Kid and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. In these films, it's possible to trace the journey of a human being from his or her infancy through to the culmination of the most troubled and darkest period of their life. In the case of the last few decades, it's more than possible to trace the steps of a human being through the life span. We have the advancements in healthcare and the modern age of information. These advancements are making it possible to go beyond the old paradigm of the mind being a mystery and we are beginning to see how powerful our mind is. The question I asked myself when watching The Untold Story is how we are using our minds and how we are using the mind in our daily life. The answer I found is that we are constantly using the mind in our daily life. We can't think of anything else and the mind is never idle. We can't think of anything else but the mind and the mind always has a story to tell. So when we think of something, the mind tells us what it is, what it is about and where it is going. The mind can be the biggest source of doubt and fear in a person's life. In this way, The Untold Story will make you think of how your life is made up of stories and the stories that are told to us by the mind. If we want to know how to get past our fears and doubt, this is the film to watch.

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Brenda Carroll

I had the pleasure of attending a screening of "Seed" on the Fox Theatre in NYC. The audience was excellent, and the film was beautifully photographed. I'd been looking forward to seeing the movie for a long time, but I was very glad I got the chance. It was well worth the wait. This is an important film that deserves a wider audience, and it is available for a limited time, so don't wait to see it. I'd recommend seeing it in the theater, or on DVD. I will be in attendance at the public screening in New York City on April 2nd at 9:30am. All I can say is that I'm very impressed with the professionalism and creativity of the film makers, and their ability to capture the gritty reality of the diseases of the AIDS epidemic. This is the kind of movie I want to see in the future.

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I saw the movie Seed and was thoroughly impressed. The movie covers a very important topic and I hope the movie is used as a catalyst for the importance of educating our youth about this important topic. I highly recommend the movie. It is well done and will appeal to the teens in the audience. The fact that the movie was made by non-activists, but in a way that the youth can identify with, shows the sincerity and talent that was put into this movie. The acting was also very good and realistic. The movie is one that I can recommend to anyone. I also would like to note that I was very impressed by the amount of money that was spent on the movie. It is truly a movie that is well made and should be shown to any youth who is interested in the topic.

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I found this movie through the Discovery channel and it was about what a seed is and how it gets into your body, the movie also covers how the seed gets into the environment and gets into your body. This movie is a good reminder that we can all learn a lesson from the seed, it can be so innocent but it can also have it's bad sides, the seed can also have it's good sides. I also thought it was very touching and informative, it is a very well done movie.

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I would like to say that it's my opinion that the film has not been done that well. It is a very good documentary, however, there are a few flaws. The film has an issue with the plot being too much focused on the very small story of one person. I believe the film is missing a lot of what I feel is the "wow" factor of this film. The film is very good and very informative, but for me, it was missing the "wow factor".

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Marie W.

With all the bad reviews this movie has received I felt compelled to write this. I didn't like the movie at all. The idea is good but the execution is quite poor. The whole story was a travesty. The actors are obviously very good and I liked the locations. But the way the story was presented was appalling. The whole point of the movie was to show us the truth about this little known and unknown disease. Instead we are shown half-baked and illogical treatments. It was very hard to understand what was the point of the movie. I really don't understand how they got so many good reviews. I really didn't get the message of the movie. There is no point in writing a review on this movie. If you want to watch a good movie then go and watch the documentary on MMR, it is more interesting and will show you the real story.

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Scott Schmidt

This is a very good documentary about the Bauhaus. You can really feel the sadness and pain and frustration. Especially when one of the most important and important designers, Erhard Hoffmann, was burned to death. You can feel his pain, the pain of the rest of the people, that they were forced to look at him as a friend, not a colleague. You can feel that the design world was made to be a joke. The problem is that some of the artists, who were not paid by the government, but by private investors, they were treated like they were nothing more than models and puppets, in the company of a bunch of technocrats and small time investors. It was very difficult for them to stand up to the system and make a name for themselves. It was an interesting fact that they were able to do that, because they were more than the "lesser" people. There is no shame in talking about the power and the wealth that the Bauhaus had, because it was not just about a bunch of people working for the government, but the money that the government gave to them, and that the government gave to other people, too. It is very important to understand this in order to understand the tragedy. This is a great documentary that is much more than just a history lesson, it is a historical lesson.

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Pamela W.

This documentary is one of the best I have ever seen about what happened at the mass murder of 9/11. The movie is mostly from the point of view of people who were actually involved with the investigation. You hear from the people who were involved in the investigation who talk about the pressure and stress that they were under and how they handled the situation. You also hear from the people who were just witnesses and that they heard of the rumors and the things that were happening. The people who were actually at Ground Zero give their perspective on what they experienced. The people who were actually in the Pentagon gave their opinion on what they saw and heard. The people who were in the Twin Towers gave their opinion on what they saw and heard. There are some amazing things that are told in this documentary. The fact that there was a video camera that was recording the air traffic controllers and seeing them fall down and see them being blown to pieces and then see them collapsing to the ground is amazing. I was shocked. This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It has many things that are amazing. I recommend this documentary to anyone. It is very informative and you will get to know more about the 9/11 attacks. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Gregory G.

This film is not a documentary, nor does it really take itself very seriously. The director wants to take the viewer through a journey of discovery. This is a great story about a group of people who had no one to turn to and took it on themselves to make their own story. In doing so they created a wonderful story and a legacy that we all need to hear and see. There are so many moments of honesty in this film, one scene that came to my mind was a man talking about the "train wreck" that he had just seen and heard. He was not afraid to share his opinion, which I think is very admirable and wise. This is an amazing film and it is a true gem of a film.

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Barbara G.

We did not know much about Monsanto, but we were fascinated by the company's business practices. The documentary gives a new insight into how Monsanto works. It shows that Monsanto has been using patents for their crops in Europe to suppress farmers' ability to save the environment, and it also shows that Monsanto has developed new technologies to protect the environment in a new way. One of the most interesting things about this documentary is the documentary maker's conversation with the chairman of the Monsanto board. His comments were fascinating and interesting, and they had me wondering if the farmer's movement is just a tool of corporate agriculture. However, this documentary gives a very accurate picture of Monsanto and the corporate agriculture it supports. This documentary is a must-see for everyone who cares about the environment, whether you're a farmer, a citizen, or a member of the environmental movement.

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Arthur R.

Seeking to educate, dispel myths, and find the truth, Seed is a documentary of the documentary genre. The film is a combination of interviews with key players in the film, including the filmmaker, David Knight. The interviewees also include researchers, archivists, and supporters, who provide commentary on the film. Many of the interviewees are still alive and talking about the film. Many of them are still very active in their fields. I had the pleasure of seeing Seed a second time, and I would definitely recommend this film to anyone. The way the film was made was very inspiring. They even included a section of their interviews where the filmmakers tried to play out the questions the interviews asked of the people. The documentary was made in a very unconventional way, so I think that is what really worked. The film tells a story about an institution that is shrouded in mystery. The film is extremely informative and I highly recommend it to anyone. It was a pleasure to see it again. I am still fascinated by this story. I recommend this film to everyone.

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Jessica Tran

This is an incredible film about the life and times of Robert McNamara, the man who was the chief architect of the "peace dividend" and the reasons behind it. The film was well made, it was interesting and very well paced, the editing was well done. I do think it was an interesting film, but I don't think it was as informative as I would have liked it to be. If I had a criticism it would be the lack of understanding of what was happening in the mid 70's, if you are interested in the time period, you should watch this movie. Otherwise, if you have a chance to watch it, I highly recommend it.

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Nathan Meyer

With so many of these documentaries, it's hard to keep track of them all. The point of this film is that the myth of the one man on Earth controlling everything and everyone else has been perpetuated for too long, and that the time has come to awaken to the truth. I really enjoyed this film, because it was a non-linear narrative. In other documentaries, the narrative is interrupted by sudden cuts, and then another interruption, and so on. This is not the case with this documentary. The film starts off in the present day, and it continues to show footage from various historical documents. After a while, we begin to realize that there is a lot more going on than just the modern day subject matter. The film goes on to explore the story of the German scientist who, while in prison, gave up his own life to help others, including his own wife, because he was deeply in love with her. We then see footage from his wife's life, including a brief interview where she describes her own past, including her early years in prison. The documentary also talks about the other people involved in the search for the Bigfoot. I think it was a very effective way to show the struggle of science versus the paranormal, which is a very real problem in the world today. People are trying to disprove the paranormal, while they have accepted the paranormal. People are trying to convince the world that the paranormal exists, while they are just as skeptical of what science says. We see footage of the infamous Bigfoot videos, and we see footage of the infamous "Big Foot". This documentary is a great way to explore the various "Seeds" that have been planted to hide the truth of our existence. The film concludes with a discussion of the research on Bigfoot, and what it has revealed. I think the film is very informative and entertaining, and it is well worth seeing.

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Ralph B.

A gripping story that's hard to take, the documentary itself is hard to take because of the content. However, I have to say that it was well made, and I was glad that they had a camera with a tight lens, because it gives the film a unique look. Some of the subjects, like the parents, were really engaging. The film has some really good elements that I'd like to add to my film review. They go into depth on all of the families in the story, and it really adds to the story. The documentary also goes into the lives of some of the children who were sickened. It gives them more to do than just talk about the disease, which is what most people would do. Some of the subjects actually came out of the film looking like they've lost their minds. There's a lot of details about the various doctors, who had to tell their stories. It was really cool to hear that the story was mostly told by the families, but I'm glad that they brought out some doctors who were even doing research on the subject. Overall, it was well made, and I was glad that I had the chance to see it. I also think that it gives some insight into the medical community, which is very important. I'm glad that they got the truth out there, because it's good to know that you don't have to worry about something like this happening to you.

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Eric Snyder

I'm going to begin by saying that I never heard of the book Seed before seeing the film. I'm a fan of Robert McCammon, but when I heard that this movie was based on his book, I knew I had to see it. I am so glad that I did. Robert McCammon has always been a huge advocate for children's rights and the rights of those with disabilities. I loved the fact that the film included a lot of different segments, each with their own message. The movie is very insightful and well-done. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in children's rights. In conclusion, I highly recommend this film.