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You would be hard pressed to find a better movie at pacing, clarity, and efficiency of story telling. Casting, and acting are first class. Edward G Robinson excels in a genre typically occupied by Paul Muni. A blueprint in how to make a movie.
Very Well-made,Relevant To Our Time
Was amazed at how precise and great a movie this was.
The birth of modern medicine, illustrated
There aren't many fields of human endeavor where one can point to a bright line and say, "This is where the modern era began," but medicine is one such field thanks to Dr. Ehrlich, who in 1910 invented Salvarsan (originally called "606"), the first chemically synthesized drug to successfully treat a specific disease, in this case syphilis. An inspiring story with truly memorable performances.
Very Informative Movie
I watched the movie several months ago late at night. The movie talks about human cells and the immune system. All of the imformation that was given in the movie seemed very accurate to todays science. It was very informative and I was very shocked to find that such an old movie was still up to date with science. Obviously there is a lot more information about cells and the immune system today but the movie did a very good job at explaining the basics that I learned in 9th grade. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who wanted to learn the basics of the immune system.