Release Date: 28 March 2011 | Certificate: Universal, suitable for all
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Four countries... Four babies... From birth to their first steps. Their names are Ponijao, Bayarjargal, Mari and Hattie, and live in Namibia, Mongolia, Japan and the United States. BABIES plunge us simultaneously in the heart of four different cultures and seizes the most touching, funniest and carefree, unique and universal, of the very first months of one’s life.
Interviews • Making the Score • Making of: Alain Chabat in Nami bia • Screening the film to the fami lies • Before/After
Release Date: 28 March 2011
Certificate: U - Universal - Suitable for all
Directed by: Thomas Balmes

Region 2
Sound: Dolby Digital
Main Language: English

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If you like to watch babies acting naturally this is for you

I'm not a family man so this sounded pretty dire. But although baby watching isn't my thing, if it's yours this is a fine movie observing babies from birth to toddler in four totally different environments from the African plains to a Japanese apartment. Think of the human equivalent of one of Attenborough's animal series. The absence of dialogue add to the magic.

Catalogue No: OPTD1831