Here's the just released full documentary film called "Terrain" with Dr Andrew Kaufman, Dr Thomas Cowan, and many others discussing the fatal flaws of the germ theory and making quite an argument for moving on once and for all from it.
Here's Part 1: Stork Flu
And Part 2: Passing The Torch
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Okay since we got that out of the way here's my review of the film...
Please don't take this the wrong way, and please do watch the film in it's entirety before reading this because it's not meant in any way to dissuade you from watching this important documentary.
First of all I'm a big fan of Dr Andrew Kaufman, Dr Thomas Cowan, and Dr Stefan Lanka's work and value their contribution to putting an end to the Germ Theory of Disease. In that regard the content of this film is great and I especially like the perspective it brings and the additional Doctors and other's who contributed interviews here. There are some great inspirational stories in this film about the power of water and other important aspects of the Terrain theory.
Before I get somewhat critical here let me explain that I've personally been on the side of the Terrain theory for the last couple decades so my critique here is partly because I believe this topic is so important I'd really like to see an award winning film represent it.
As I learn more and more about the art of documentary film-making it seems I'm getting more critical of a lot of the internet based films and the style used in combining lots of different sources into a film like this. I've personally found myself to be a victim of this style of video production myself at times and frankly I don't like it and want to push myself to higher production value (example the original producer of The Truth About Cancer series! Phenomenal style which I aspire to. Ty & Charlene Bollinger have a different producer these days and the production style is very different). This often leads me to frustration that I don't quite have the video editing or production skills to reach the level that I aspire to.
So while I love the content of this film the production level left a bit to be desired in my opinion and it felt at times like a "rough cut" for a film that was yet to be completed. That said I also don't think I could do much better at this point in my video production career.
I think part of the reason for feeling this way about the production is that it included such a wide array of seemingly randomly assembled clips from zoom calls, live events, some interviews, etc. but none that had a consistent framed perspective. The titling was also rather sparse. While I don't think there's anything wrong with videos assembled in this manner to get information out online this type of style is not one that I'd expect to win any awards anytime soon. And with content that has such importance as this one, I'd like to see better.
Please share your thoughts below even if you don't agree and think this production level and style is the best thing you've seen this year. 😉