The Life Series - Life at 1 2 3 DVD Review - www.impulsegamer.com -

Feature 9.0
Video 8.0
Audio 8.0
Total 8.8
Distributor: ABC
Classification: MA15+
Reviewer:
Kyle Sudukis

8.8


The Life Series - Life at 1 2 3

This enriching documentary revolves around the development of children during the ages of 1 to 3 which is based on one of Australia's largest sociological and scientific experiments that followed 10,000 children. Featuring all episodes of the series, this series is not just for parents but also for those curious on how the early stages of life effects our persona and even decisions during our later lives.

Episode begins with babies and how interaction with their parents, even their parents mood effects how their own well-being which is quite amazing. It's ironic that modern life effects babies so much and interestingly enough, when a child returns home from child care, their stress levels increase.

It also highlights societal issues as to why 1 in 4 children within Australia are becoming obese. Running just over 220 minutes, The Life Series - Life at 1 2 3 is an extremely high quality documentary that students of psychology, students, parents and every day people will easily understand the concepts and studies behind this engaging experiment.






 
 



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