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Unity (film)

Directed by Shaun Monson
Distributed by Nation Earth
Release date(s)
Running time 140 minutes
Language English

Unity is an upcoming feature-length educational documentary that will be released on March 1st 2014.[1] The film is written, directed and produced by Shaun Monson. On June 26, 2013, Monson started a Kickstarter campaign to complete and market the film, with the goal of reaching "a minimum of $800,000 to complete post-production and release the film within a year", but the fundraising was unsuccessful.[2]


Unity is divided into four parts: Body, Mind, Heart and Soul. Part One focuses on food, emphasizing how the food consumed affects one's energy level and influences the mind. Part Two is devoted to an understanding of the human ego, which always perceives opposites in one another. Part Three is centered on emotion and the human capacity to love. Part Four is about a higher level of consciousness.




Unity is produced by Nation Earth. Unity is Nation Earth's second feature-length film and is the second of a documentary trilogy which began in 2005 with the release of Earthlings.

Unity was also recorded as an audiobook read by Monson. The audiobook is an unabridged version of the UNITY script and is about 300 minutes long.


External links

  • Official website
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Interview of Shaun Monson
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