Originally titled “I Am You,” this documentary stresses our connection to each other and the planet, though director Kevin Mukherji undermines his theme with sloppy methodology and lazy thinking. So many subtopics have been shoehorned into the movie that one wonders if the content was determined by the availability of talking heads. Madeline Bernstein of the Los Angeles SPCA condemns animal abuse, after which Qumaru Nisa, one of the movie’s producers, makes a pitch for vegetarianism; in another segment, pop psychologist Aaron Kipnis and former FBI profiler Jim Clemente belabor the link between sociopathy and cruelty to animals, then former president Jimmy Carter proclaims poverty to be the root of civil war and terrorism. The documentary would have benefited from citing actual studies and news reports instead of relying on sweeping generalizations. Forest Whitaker narrates.