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Sight: The Story of Vision (2016)

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This one-hour documentary weave the tale of the journey of humanity that discovered the science, technology and medicine, which allows us to understand how sight works, cure diseases of the eye and correct vision.

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Kris Koenig

Writer:

Kris Koenig

Star:

Elton John
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Elton John ... Himself - Narrator
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This one-hour documentary weave the tale of the journey of humanity that discovered the science, technology and medicine, which allows us to understand how sight works, cure diseases of the eye and correct vision.

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USA

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English

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13 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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India See more »

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Budget:

$750,000 (estimated)
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Koenig Films See more »
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16:9 HD
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Amazing and informative
6 January 2017 | by musandiSee all my reviews

This documentary amazed me as to the many facets of problems with eyesight and the many parts of the eye that we often take for granted such as how the brain is involved in our seeing colors and how darkness affects the retina and the various signals it gives to our brains. Everything was explained in detail and very clearly so it could be understood by an ordinary person. The new machines that are being used and techniques through much research that helps underdeveloped countries and helps aid the blind as well as prevent blindness boggle the mind. The future looks bright for people with macular degeneration as well as those with glaucoma because of this research. I learned so much about what lets me see and what could stop me from seeing. The cast and the people and situations presented were fascinating. I found myself glued to the TV. I highly recommend this for everyone both young and old. A must see.


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