IMDB Rating:6.9/10 from 150 users
Directed by: Theo Anthony
Starring: Theo Anthony, Dan Deacon
Release Name: Rat.Film.2016.HDTV.x264-W4F
Size: 317 MB
Video:MKV | 720×404
Audio:English | AAC
Runtime: 54 min
Release Name: Rat.Film.2016.720p.HDTV.x264-W4F
Size: 1.2 GB
Video: MKV | 1280×720 | 11500 Kbps
Audio: English | AC3 | 384 Kbps
Runtime: 54 min
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1.55 GiB | 1h 52mn | 1 971 Kbps | Matroska | 720x404 | AAC, 48.0 KHz, 2 channels, 121 Kbps
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An ambitious account of the story of human physiology in a feature-length dramatised documentary. Harnessing the magic of the most modern visual effects, we tell the story of the human body-inside and out-as it lives, grows, and dies on this predestined journey we call life.
1.31 GiB | 51mn 2s | 3 688 Kbps | Matroska | 1280x720 | AAC, 48.0 KHz, 2 channels, 249 Kbps
An acute analysis of an international alarming phenomenon, this gripping film is conceived like a police investigation, aiming at unfolding a criminal mystery.
Here, the inquiry is about the bees that are vanishing from the face of the planet. It is a spreading disaster, first spotted November 2006 in the USA, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Poland, UK and France.
WEB-DL 720p | MKV | 1280x720 | AVC4500 kb/s | English AAC93.4 kb/s
Subs: English | 2 channels | 55 min 58 s | 1.79 GB
WEB-DL 1080p | MKV | 1920x1080 | AVC6500 kb/s | English AAC93.4 kb/s
Subs: English | 2 channels | 55 min 58 s | 2.57 GB
In 1985, with her people feeling deeply disenfranchised by the US government, Wilma Mankiller took office as the Cherokee Nation's first female principal chief. Having relocated from Oklahoma to San Francisco earlier in her life, Mankiller worked with the Black Panthers and the Alcatraz occupation movement, eventually bringing the passion and experience she gained in those movements back to her people. During her decade-long tenure as principal chief and beyond, Mankiller's leadership enabled the Cherokee Nation to become one of the most economically and culturally successful tribes in America. Through rare archival footage and interviews with activists including Gloria Steinem, as well as with Mankiller herself, veteran filmmaker Valerie Red-Horse and executive producer Gale Anne Hurd present a portrait of a composed and assured leader who persevered through devastating personal setbacks to become one of the greatest activist leaders in American history.