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    • Death By Design

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      Scientists continuously make groundbreaking discoveries in the way of anatomy, astrology, and medicine to name a few. Our bodies however, still have a lot to be discovered. In this documentary, scientists take an in-depth look at how the cells in our bodies work . Death by Design offers an interesting introduction to cell biology.

      Winning 10 well-deserved international awards, this film is offers escorted journey into an invisible world. It takes viewers into the world of the cells. Their story is revealed through a combination of interviews with cellular biologists and metaphors. Death by Design uses state-of-the-art microcinematography intertwined with parallel images from life at the human scale. The film offers a detailed description of cellular resurrection.

      Death by Design has been referred to as the first rock n’ roll biology movie of its time. Directed by Jean-Francois Brunet and Peter Friedman it brings to light cell biology in a simplistic manner for the people. The film will not only astound you, but it will also give you a different perspective of life. This inspiring documentary is one that must be watched in order to fully comprehend its greatness. Death by Design not just scientists and biologists, it is a film for everyone.

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      Published on March 18, 2009 · Filed under: Biology, Environment
    • Tyler

      This was a good video, and it covers an intriguing topic. But it wasn't particularly informative–it didnt really tell me anything I didn't already know.
      Also, it was very poor quality. When I came to the page, all 5 parts started playing at once, and when I got to the end of each one, my browser would freeze and I'd get a weird error message. The video itself skipped a lot too, at one point literally every second.

    • Abdullah

      personally, think its because we dont understand why …so we call it waste. Actually, in some decades to come we just find out something. I mean what if all this and the probabilities of some surviving over others determines some future event. like millions of sperm cells racing but only one get to it, what if the another did, would it be the child look same as the from the first cell, it is actually not a waste … i think there is a much more better explanation, and we just dont have an explanation yet.