The Real Eve Trailer

The Real Eve Trailer (2002)

21 April 2002 Factual 103 mins

The made-for-cable documentary film The Real Eve is predicated on the theory that the human race can be traced to a common ancestor. The mitochondrial DNA of one prehistoric woman, who lived in Africa, has according to this theory been passed down from generation to generation over a span of 150,000 years, supplying the "chemical energy" to all humankind.

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Cast

Danny Glover

as Narrator

International Releases Dates

United States 21 April 2002

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