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Serengeti Rules

Serengeti Rules is a movie starring Jim Estes, Jaime Excell, and Bob Paine. Exploring some of the most remote and spectacular places on Earth, five pioneering scientists make surprising discoveries that flip our understanding of...

Other Titles
The Serengeti Rules
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
Nicolas Brown
Nicolas Brown
Jaime Excell, Mathieson McCrae, Jim Estes, Bob Paine
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Exploring some of the most remote and spectacular places on Earth, five pioneering scientists make surprising discoveries that flip our understanding of nature on its head, and offer new hope for restoring our world.

Comments about documentary «Serengeti Rules» (15)

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I went to the screening last night with my girlfriend and we both loved it. I think it is a very good film and I can't wait to see it again. It is great that it has a wide audience, I am a little bit surprised that it has a low rating, and I think it is a really good film. The story is told from the point of view of the women and the men that are involved. The women's perspective is not always the most important, but it is important to understand that the story is told from the point of view of the women. I think the audience should really take into account that the film is not an "insider's view", but it is important to understand that the women's perspective is important. I think the film does a good job of showing the problems that the women face in their lives. The director, Rozanne Moltene, has a great ability to show how women deal with a lot of issues that they face in their lives. The film is a little bit slow and you should really pay attention to it. It is worth the watch.

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Marilyn B.

The film is an incredible look into the lives of the Mutagundi, a people who lived in the desert in the late 1800's. The film is very thorough and informative, and will leave you wondering about the choices and problems faced by the people who lived on the plains. This is one of the most fascinating films I have ever seen. A must see for any fan of this fascinating people.

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Alexander Burton

Serengeti Rules (2018) is a documentary on the life of a people living in Africa. It's a film about the Serengeti people, a group of nomadic hunter-gatherers living in the central African rain forests. This film was shot over a period of ten years, and features interviews with a wide variety of individuals. The film is mainly about the Serengeti people, and how they have managed to survive the onslaught of the other African tribes. There is also a brief look at the continent's history. This is a very interesting documentary, and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in the subject.

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Kimberly M.

As a descendant of an ancestor who lived at the same time as the Kaethas, I am generally sympathetic to indigenous issues. However, I found this film to be highly misleading. There are several significant details that were missing from the film that I would like to clarify. The main problem was the misleading portrayal of the Kaethas as peaceful. This is misleading because the Kaethas did not have a unified government. They had their own leader, Lai Kalthua, who died in an attempted assassination in 1915. Even the Kaethas were not unified and they were not necessarily all supporters of the same government. Rather, their leader, Kalthua, had many other followers and used the power of the state to control them. For example, a former general of the colonial government, Antonia Campbell, and her daughter were in the Kaethas government. Then there were many other wealthy leaders that controlled the Kaethas. The Kaethas were extremely wealthy and ruled their own state. The vast majority of them supported Lai Kalthua, even when it seemed his "peaceful" government was a threat to them. He knew that there was unrest and so he concealed the Kaethas from the world. After World War I, there was a crisis in the economy, and the Kaethas felt threatened and started to consolidate their power. Their economy collapsed, and their once mighty state was in a state of collapse. The Kaethas were almost destroyed and their state collapsed. They did not seek to rebuild, they just sought to control their own lands. They were not completely peaceful, but they never went on a war footing and were not involved in rebellions of any kind. The film portrayed the Kaethas as a nation of peace and harmony. In reality, the Kaethas were very violent and they threatened the land with attacks. The people that live in the Kaethas are very scattered. The Kaethas were a tiny people, consisting of a few hundred people. The rest lived in the surrounding area. The Kaethas were an important part of the colonization of Africa. Many African tribes were forced to move to other areas because of this mass exodus. When the Kaethas forced the Khoisan to move to where the Kaethas resided, the Khoisan and other tribes began to riot. The mass migration took place throughout Africa. The Kaethas took over the Khoisan's lands and became dominant in the region. The Kaethas were really just farmers. The Kaethas needed to create the same type of structure that their predecessors had. They needed to control their land and to control other areas. The Kaethas sought to create an empire. This empire was in effect in the rest of Africa. The film also focused on the German shepherd. This is false information. There was never a German shepherd in the Kaethas. There were German Shepherds, but these were used only to herd sheep. These were not used for the transport of goods and people. The Kaethas were pastoralists, and they did not need the services of a German shepherd. They were happy with horses, oxen, and goats. As to the other problems that were raised in the film, such as the lack of electricity, the lack of food, and the lack of education. All of these things are not present in the Kaethas in detail. In fact, the Kaethas had a strong education system, especially in the schooling of the children. They made a very big effort to help the children, and they often traveled to Africa to educate children there. They supported their children in school, and they had education on the whole. They had a school for girls. And, they had education in languages

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Sarah Griffin

Like some other films about African history (especially those in Africa, and especially those in Africa), this film is good at all the right things. It is not always 'high', and it does not always take itself seriously. For instance, it's one of the more fun and entertaining films I've ever seen about the pirates, and the battle of the Nile. That said, it is a good film about the human rights situation in Africa and the struggle of the prisoners in Angola, which in the '80s was the most repressive country in the world, in which the black population was put in prison as a result of colonial laws, but that was very much a different time, and it's a much different place today. It's a good film, and should be recommended to African-Americans, and Africans who've lived in Africa. 9/10

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Cheryl Guerrero

The movie makes you think of how people can be influenced by the positive aspects of life. You can also see the irony of how evil people can be transformed into good and the cruel ones to be changed by a good person. I don't want to spoil the movie for anyone else so I'll just say that it is a very important movie and it is very good for the viewer. It can make you think about life and how much you can do to make the people around you better.

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A long time ago, in a different galaxy, I was asked to be a guest at a private party. I was reluctant to go. "If you can't even do that, how can you be a guest?" I said. I am a huge fan of "Star Trek", as well as other science fiction. My favorite movies are Star Wars, Star Trek, Indiana Jones, and the Matrix. I love the human struggle to live, and the struggle for freedom. I was glad that I had this opportunity to interview Kirk and Picard, who have been on the show for over 40 years, and to learn about their struggle to live. This movie was great. I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I was completely surprised by how much I enjoyed the interview. I loved the way that they had the actors in the chairs and let them tell their stories. The dialog was very interesting and seemed real. The Star Trek crew was very genuine. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the conversation. The film was very well done. It was very educational and made you think about how important you think your life is. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about what it means to be a member of the human race. You will learn a lot about life and how important it is to live. You will learn that the only thing that separates humans from animals is a thought process.

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The movie "The Serenity" was a piece of cake. When the TV series ended, the whole "herd of extras" then rushed to the movies, and the movie turned out to be a perfect blend of the TV series and the movies. The Serenity series is one of the best series I have ever seen. After I watched the movies, I was only disappointed to see the absence of events. "Herd of extras" just wanted to get to the next scene. However, watching this movie gives me a clear message to anyone who wants to watch the Serenity TV series and the movie: do not be fooled into thinking this is the "real" movie. I hope that this movie will do good for Serenity fans, and that there will be a "real" Serenity movie to come, just like the movies are. It may be different in tone, but not different than the TV series was. Hope this review was helpful. My rating for the movie is 9 out of 10, and that rating is just for the Serenity series and the movie. I would give the movie an 8 or 9 out of 10.

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The first time I saw this film was in the late '90s. I was eleven years old at the time and I didn't have anything better to do. I just thought it was a cool movie. A few years later, I saw it again, but this time I had a twelve year old sister with me. I really enjoyed this film, but it still leaves a little sour taste in my mouth. This is about an ancient race of humans that live on the continent of Africa. They are usually peaceful, but when the heat turns up, they become brutal and violent. But the mother is dead. So they are left with one son, who is the leader of this group. This story is part of the Odyssey, a famous story that goes back over 5000 years. The first part of the story is about one boy from a very distant, little country, that doesn't have any roads. The boy, named Perun, runs off to find his own way to a home that is supposed to have a road. He makes it, but is injured by some dogs. It is only after a year later that he returns home to his mother. When he gets back home, he finds that his father has left him. Perun's mother gave him to a cruel uncle who makes it clear that he will not return. He kills the dog and keeps the other one alive. Perun's mother comes along and comes up with a plan that she thinks will help Perun. She convinces him to join the herdsmen. She also tries to convince him to change his way of life. She tells him that the wild animals and the herdsmen are his only friends. She promises to train him to be like them, and to be loyal to them. She is right, and it is a mistake. They don't believe that Perun is an honest young boy. There is a group of Tutsi people living along the side of the road. They are trying to help Perun, but the herdmen won't listen. Instead of just asking for Perun to change his way of life, the herdmen wants him to be a Tutsi and a warrior. His attitude and ability to fight the Tutsi keep the herdmen from following through with their plan. They threaten to kill the only Tutsi man they know, but Perun is there, and he calls for the herdmen to turn their backs. Once the herdmen turn around, Perun and the rest of the herdmen follow. Perun is trained as a warrior, and eventually, a Tutsi. He becomes a leader of the Tutsi. When he joins the herdsmen, the Tutsi woman help him out of his beliefs. Perun does not tell the women of what he believes, and they decide to take him in, believing him to be honest and pure. They take Perun to a secret village that is far away from the roads. There they can live in peace. Eventually, Perun is given land and they build a house for him to live in. When he decides to leave, the women of the village come to him and ask him to be a warrior. They tell him that he will live with them, and in return, he will bring justice to the Tutsi. Once he takes the vow, he must return to the herdsmen. They will tell him that the Tutsi woman has been faithful to him. He tells them that he will come back. After a year, Perun returns to the herdsmen, and they accept him. He knows that he has to do something to help, so he does the things that the herdsmen cannot do. They give him land and a house to live in. They teach him to fight

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Cheryl Russell

Serengeti Rules is a very entertaining documentary. It's interesting in that it covers the group of nomads of the Serengeti region of Africa, the origins of the conflict between the colonial forces and the locals, the subjugation of these people and the suffering they had to endure, the people who faced the physical and spiritual hardships, and finally, the courageous way the locals turned their suffering into strength, their strength toward independence. Also, the film has a message of hope for the future of Africa. The film uses a lot of interviews from both the colonial forces and from the local population, and the result is very compelling. I think this is a documentary that is so good, that the information it contains can be of great benefit for both those who want to learn more about the Serengeti region of Africa, and for the people who want to find out more about the struggles they have been living through in order to become independent. Serengeti Rules is a great documentary, that I highly recommend.

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Serengeti Rules is a documentary about the ways in which the Oglala Lakota, an indigenous tribe, are living on their land in South Dakota. Based on the book by "Do We Own the Land" by Margie Cameron, the movie tells the story of how the tribes in the United States have been affected by the world's wealth and political power. It is also a cautionary tale about how things can get very nasty and destructive. This film focuses on the issues surrounding the environmental movement and human rights. As the story starts, the Lakota, with their reservations in the United States, have already had a radical effect on their land. When the reservation is sold to the new owners, all the animals in the reservation are either killed or forcibly removed. This is a genocide that is being supported by politicians who pay for the killings. This is a very powerful and disturbing documentary that should be required viewing by all people who care about what happens to people on their lands. It's also a very inspiring story that should be very watched by the people who care about the environment. The movie does a very good job of conveying the conflict between people on the other side of the reservation. However, this conflict comes in many forms, including criminal activities and greed. It's a great movie for people who care about the environment and people who want to find out how it impacts people on their land.

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Philip L.

The movie does show a lot about the life of the Trengeti, including the turmoil of the times, wars, feuds and reconciliations. It does show how the tribes originally appeared in prehistoric times, their origin and creation. It shows how it was the Trengeti that were responsible for the wars and how the warring tribes had to be satisfied to survive. The filmmakers did not use any special effects in order to make a documentary, as they did in The Fifth Element, but rather spent a lot of time on research and research it shows. The filmmakers have done a great job in conveying their views of what the Trengeti have become. The documentary shows some of the great atrocities committed by the Trengeti during the time of their conquests and the wars that had to be fought to maintain their dominance, including cannibalism. One can feel sympathy for the atrocities of the Trengeti. The effects of this and other crimes committed by the Trengeti are shown in great detail. The actors of the documentary are very good and very convincing. The scenes of violence against the humans are very graphic, as they should be in a documentary like this. The actors also add a feeling of realism to the movie. The effects of the film are very powerful, and make the movie even more powerful. The impact is visible as the viewer is forced to realize the atrocities that have been committed by the Trengeti. The film does show one of the very few documentaries which show the war and atrocities by the Trengeti, and how they took over a little bit of Africa.

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The film follows a group of film makers as they make a film about the discovery of the new world. The film is an amazing journey through a world that was almost completely unknown to the white man. The people that live in the Amazon are in danger of extinction because of the destruction of their habitat and a growing crime problem. There are also fears that the Amazon may be irreversibly lost. The film follows them throughout their journey, and the footage of the film they make. The film is very informative, and the information given about the history of the Amazon is interesting. The film is well-made and shows the true beauty of the Amazon. It shows the beauty of the Amazon, and the loss of the Amazon that has been caused by humans. I think this is a very important film to see, and it should be seen by everyone.

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Philip W.

The ultimate documentary about the history and politics of the most powerful tribe in Africa. Just like in the movie, the details of their culture, history and technology are told from a personal perspective, in a documentary style. There are hundreds of shots showing the dramatic events from their current to their history, that tell a lot of stories about the West and Africa, both sides of the continent. There are long silent hours that show how important this group is in both political and cultural spheres. After all, the movie is really about them, and their profound impact on the African continent, and even the world as a whole.

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Evelyn Beck

This is a very touching documentary about the amazing story of Serengeti wildlife. The movie is made by six people (David and Astrid, their three sons and daughter, the Nepalese guide and the couple who came to this remote area with him) who are fascinated by the wildlife and their lives. The area they choose is the largest area for Serengeti and it is as remote as any westerner would be to spend a weekend with the animals. Each one of the six family members is a different type of wildlife expert, a hunter, a guide and a farmer. The documentary also features interviews with the local guide and with members of the community. The documentary starts with their background and how they got to the area and where they are from. They discuss their background with this particular area of Africa, the country they were born in, their plans to open a tourism business in the region, and why they decided to travel from there to the wildlife. Each person has his or her own personal story, and they are all very well portrayed. I especially liked the stories of the children and the guides. We also see footage of the area and its wildlife. The music of the movie is also very well done and as you watch the movie, you can't help but be transported to that tranquil area that we know so well. This is a great movie that I recommend for everyone, and should be part of anyone's movie collection.