By Shaun Monson

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2015-08-12
  • Advisory Rating: Unrated
  • Runtime: 1h 39min
  • Director: Shaun Monson
  • Production Company: Nation Earth
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 7.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 3.49
From 12 Ratings


100 celebrities narrate this enlightening documentary that re-examines the interconnectedness of all life on Earth, ponders our place in the universe, while taking viewers on an epic journey through the history of civilization and beyond. In this compassionate and inspiring film, your heart and mind are taken on a rollercoaster ride that is inspiring, horrifying and enlightening all at once, the perfect balance between light and shadow. UNITY is a powerful and unique film about being kind to each other, to ourselves and to all the beings on this beautiful planet.



  • Give it a miss

    By PrinceZakk
    Slow, boring, no real structure just a blurb of points, rants that really become irritating. The editing, over use of celebrity voices in various tones and god awful over dramatic music do an already weak movie no favours. Such a shame as lots of interesting questions raised which if approached could have given the movie a better structure but no... just broad strokes massive generalisations and when they loose their way a shocking image and start on a new rant. Such a shame, at least earthlings had a structure.
  • Disturbing and thought provoking

    By F.d1
    This is a very thought provoking and very disturbing film and it is also a very effective manipulation. Mankind is shown at his worst: treatment of animals, war, etc. This documentary had me in tears from the opening credits andleft me feeling throughly depressed because it seemed to imply that we are all evil and bad. I was left at the end of the film wondering just what was the motivation behind this documentary and given that the only positive human behaviour that seemed to be alluded to was what appeared to be a PETA demonstration, I suspect that this is heavily disguised animal rights propaganda. Even so, I would still recommend it- it does convey some important messages but be prepared to be shocked, and disgusted but above don't forget to read between the lines.
  • A bit narrow minded...

    By jj001111
    A key focus in the documentary is human to human/animal relationships, i.e. the negative impact of meat eating and also the tragedy of war. Seemingly getting a handle on these will allow Earth to "Unite". I don't think that's quiet the answer to our problems, what about the human to Earth relationship like the strain on Earth's resources on supplying energy to 7.5bn people? (a world population that has increased by 25% in only 18 years) - the world is consuming around 35,000 barrels of oil per minute, surely that is more of a problem than meat eating...taking into account that animals can reproduce and grow in numbers, but oil reserves are finite?
  • @Joegardener

    @Joegardener - sounds intriguing, I will rent it immediately - thanks ;-}
  • Ok

    By Joegardener
    I hope this film persuades people who watched it to become non-meat eaters for good. I have a feeling of not wanting to ever reincarnate on this earth again during viewing, hopefully somewhere goodness reigns and cruelty/pain has no existence.