First to Last: Inside the Human Body (Enhanced DVD)
This enhanced DVD takes a look at life from beginning to end to show how the human body works as a whole. First to Last: Inside the Human Body begins with a water birth and progresses to a sequence of graphics detailing the biological systems that make up the human body, including the chambers of the human heart and the ways the parts of the human body work together so seamlessly. By starting at the beginning, this DVD shows how a baby's first breath begins a process of rewiring the child's whole circulatory system. It also introduces viewers to men with astonishing abilities that should be impossible for the average person, like a man with the ability to hold his breath for nine minutes and another who can swim in lakes so cold they would kill the average person. Other unusual quirks, like a woman's ability to survive by eating only crackers for ten years.
The video also shows the audience what happens when the human body inevitably fails, ending the story of life at the human body's end.
This is the first part of the series Inside the Human Body. Notice to all viewers: this video contains graphic childbirth footage.