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FMTV - Origins


Runtime: 100m 58s | Release date: 2014

This film features: Alejandro Junger, Dave Asprey, David Wolfe, Jeffrey Smith, JJ Virgin.

Origins takes a journey through the biological roots of where we have come from and where we have gone. Using fire as a metaphor for technology, the film looks at the advances of our civilization and how the recklessness of unchecked technology is now choking out the environment and poisoning our bodies.

Interviews with the biggest names in the health and green-space fields create a compelling context and arguments for how we can better coexist with nature. Origins shows how man, technology, and nature can walk together in balance.

Daniel G. Amen
Lisa Archer
Dave Asprey
Aru Ikhuisi Piet Berendse
Summer Bock
Jonny Bowden
Craig Foster
Sara Gottfried
Cliff Hodges
Mark Hyman
Abel James
Alejandro Junger
Bruce Lawson
Tom Malterre
Alan McSmith
Scott A. Murray
Mark Sisson
Jeffrey Smith
Ulrich Steenkamp
Janathan Tillet
JJ Virgin
Kim Walls
David Wolfe


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Kamila Szczeblewska | 2 days, 11 hours ago
Thank you for this ♥️
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 2 days, 7 hours ago
We are happy you enjoyed this, Kamila :) ~ Pauline
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Laure Isseyon Pompe | 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Very good! Wow! :-)
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Jennie McCluskey | 6 months, 4 weeks ago
Adaptation due to necessity. (Modern life) Great film. This film should be in the curriculum for our (lacking, American) public school systems.
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Shuhua Liu | 7 months, 4 weeks ago
Well made film that full of potential to the world how important we should live in a natural way. I was born and raised in a very rare village in china where we grow our own rice, beams, vegetables that everything come from mother earth and we use the left over feed the animals, chicken, ducks, dogs, cows, etc... I never figured out why I live in such beautiful country in the united stated of America but hardly feel belonged when I see what they eat and how the live mostly with big about of food and leftover dumped to trash can and always leave the lights etc waste energy and resources. I hope more and more people could lucky enough to watch this film and all the other ones from FMT V channel. It's life changing and concept correcting tool that will really help our humanity so all the beings can live harmony .
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Agnesa Simcic | 9 months, 3 weeks ago
i love this film! It sums up everything I think, feel and believe about food, the planet, our connection to nature and health. Brought me to tears several times! Bravo and thank you! The world needs so much more of this.
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Joyce Ann Solomon | FMTV | 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Wonderful film it is indeed, Agnesa. We can't help but agree on what you have said. Thank you for sharing with us your feedback :) ~ Joyce
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Belinda Rosenberg | 1 year, 2 months ago
i wish all the politicians could be made to watch this common sense information about healing ....... Australia could be an amazing advanced corner of the planet .. but most are not brave and our fearless leader's wife I understand has some link with pharmaceutical industry ....... hence people speaking the truth about alternatives have even been prevented from getting a visa to enter Australia -... but we can still vote with our shopping dollar .. including organic clothes and organic food .no plastic unless its recycled that does not touch our food ... i find the supermarkets strange how they take organic veg and wrap it in glad wrap??? .I am all for what ever reduces the toxic load to the planet and ourselves....
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 1 year, 2 months ago
Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Belinda! ♥ ~ Iris
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Diana Contreras | 1 year, 2 months ago
Wow, i feel so enlighten with this film! We got to keep at it...the transformation of the planet to its origins.

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