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Humano (2013)

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Humano is a documentary that narrates a young man's journey to the Andes mountains, accompanied only by a camera, two hundred questions and the yearning to discover the origin of man. In Q'eros, he meets a shaman who will explain that before answering his questions, he must learn to be Human.

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Select the subtitles (CC) to enjoy the film in more than 7 languages: Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Turkish, Greek and Portuguese.

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Director Alan Stivelman - IG @alanstivelman

Share your experience when watching the movie with #IamHumano.

 


 

Se aceptan donativos para seguir creando: https://humanofilm.com/quierodonar Descarga el libro gratuito de "Introducción a la Cosmovisión Andina" en https://humanofilm.com Seleccionar los subtítulos (CC) para disfrutar la película en más de 7 idiomas: español, inglés, francés, italiano, alemán, turco, griego y portugués.

Humano es una película documental que narra el viaje de un joven a las montañas andinas, acompañado solamente por una cámara, doscientas preguntas y las ansías de descubrir el origen del hombre. En Q’eros se encuentra con un chaman que le explicará que antes de responder sus dudas, él deberá aprender a ser Humano.

Contacto con los realizadores info@humanofilm.com

Web oficial https://www.humanofilm.com

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Director Alan Stivelman - IG @alanstivelman

Comparte tu experiencia al ver la película #SoyHumano. Nuestra nueva película se llama Testigo de Otro Mundo y la puedes encontrar en https://testigodeotromundo.com

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