National Geographic: Inside the Living Body

Overview

The science documentary National Geographic: Inside the Living Body tells the "story" of an average woman's biological life, with extensive footage shot inside of the female human body at progressive stages from birth to death. The program structures its narrative (and selects its footage) based on the physiological touchstones of a female lifespan, such as puberty and menopause; the images at hand were obtained via state-of-the-art technologies including CT imaging and ...
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Overview

The science documentary National Geographic: Inside the Living Body tells the "story" of an average woman's biological life, with extensive footage shot inside of the female human body at progressive stages from birth to death. The program structures its narrative (and selects its footage) based on the physiological touchstones of a female lifespan, such as puberty and menopause; the images at hand were obtained via state-of-the-art technologies including CT imaging and cutting-edge microscopic photography.
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Special Features

Interactive body map
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/11/2007
  • UPC: 727994752639
  • Original Release: 2007
  • Rating:

  • Source: Nat'l Geographic Vid
  • Region Code: 1
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 14,722

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Martin Williams Director, Producer
Niels Bellinger Editor
Stephen Marsh Executive Producer
Howard Swartz Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- National Geographic: Inside the Living Body
1. Introduction [:57]
2. The Journey Begins [10:47]
3. Sensory Overload [12:42]
4. Mobility [4:26]
5. Uniquely Human [9:57]
6. Puberty [7:07]
7. Adulthood [7:48]
8. Love [11:45]
9. Aging [13:09]
10. Old Age [8:50]
11. Conclusion [1:04]
12. End Credits [:16]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- National Geographic: Inside the Living Body
   Play
   Scene Selections
   Interactive Body Map
      Child
         Cartilage Skelton
         Learning
         Outer Immune System
         Inner Immune System
      Teen
         Ovulation
         Growth Spurt
         Puberty
         Attraction
      Adult
         Knee/ Thigh Muscles
         Heart
         Fetus Grows in Uterus
         Fat Accumulation
         Menopause
      Old Age
         Eyesight Deteriorates
         Osteoperosis
         Appearance Changes
         Lungs
   More From National Geographic
      Recommended Programs
         In the Womb
         In the Womb: Multiples
         In the Womb: Animals
      Experience National Geographic
         Welcome the World of National Geographic
         National Geographic.com
         National Geographicm Channel
   Credits
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