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Seeking for the meaning of life is a quest that has engaged the best minds and most fervent searchers for centuries. Although young and inexperience, brothers Jeffrey and Clifford Azize tackle this question in their documentary, The Human Experience.
Why Is The Human Experience Rated PG-13?
The Human Experience is rated PG-13
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Violence: News footage includes scenes of riots, shootings, natural disasters and other violent depictions. Characters talk about their fears living on the streets. A woman discusses children who are mutilated by their parents in order to make them more effective beggars. Other comments are made about parental abuse and neglect of children. A child cries from pain during a medical procedure.
Sexual Content: Man admits to being exposed to AIDS through sexual activity.
Language: Script includes a couple of scatological slangs, some terms of Deity, a bleeped profanity and a crude anatomical term.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A man drinking from a bottle admits he is an alcoholic. A few characters smoke.
Other: Scenes of extreme poverty and physical deformities are seen. Characters talk about their experience with AIDS. A newborn baby is seen at its birth.
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Home Video Notes: The Human Experience
Release Date: 29 March 2011
The Human Experience comes to home video with the following bonus extras:
- Commentary with filmmakers
- Theatrical Trailer
- Photo Gallery