Unity
The Interconnectedness of Life on Earth

Unity - The Interconnectedness of Life on Earth
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AdherentOfTheMa...

In this film, 100 celebrities take turns scolding you severely while a clip show plays with every trigger warning possible. The cosmic expansion scene was neat.

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Zea

I love this film, and if one would like to read a series similar in this film then I would recommend looking into “Conversations with God” by Neal Donald Walsch.

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Chelsi

This is one of the most thought provoking films I have ever seen.

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Synthia

I was very unprepared for the first 5 minutes.

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