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The Silent Revolution

West Germany, 1971 (MIFF 1972)

Director: Eckehard Munck

Biologically, man will still be programmed as a hunter and food collector, when there will be nothing to hunt and collect. Evolution is too slow to cope with the rapid changes in our environment, and the countdown of man's survival has already begun.

Yet. there may be a chance to influence the steering mechanism of life . . .

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