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How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change

How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change is a movie starring Lester Brown, Ella Chou, and Tim DeChristopher. Documentarian Josh Fox ("Gasland") travels the globe to meet with global climate change...

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How to Let Go of the World: and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change
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2 hours 7 minutes
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Josh Fox
Josh Fox
Lester Brown, Wu Di, Tim DeChristopher, Ella Chou
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Documentarian Josh Fox ("Gasland") travels the globe to meet with global climate change "warriors" who are committed to reversing the tide of global warming. Funny and tragic, inspiring and enlightening, the film examines the intricately woven forces that threaten the stability of the planet and the lives of its inhabitants.

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Patrick M.

With his documentary 'The Future Is Wild', director James Nachtwey presents us with an important point: we are going to be very much affected by the climate changes in the future. This is because it is very difficult to predict and change the climate. The question of how humans can adapt to the changes of climate, while preserving the way of life, is a crucial topic in the film. It is a little known fact that since the mid-19th century, we have been warming the planet by the use of fossil fuels. If we continue to do this, the changes in climate may be irreversible. However, we are in the middle of an irreversible trend, and for the moment, we are still in the early stages of our emissions. Therefore, as it is not possible to predict the future, we cannot simply choose to not do anything. The film is about the basic question: will we adapt to a warming world, or will we stop? The film focuses on the two main questions: will we be able to adapt, and will we stop? The latter is the central topic of the film, and it is an important one. We are in the middle of a powerful debate on this question. Although the scientific data and the current technological possibilities for adapting to climate change are extremely good, it is not easy to adapt to a changing climate. This is because the planet is warming. The heat from the burning of fossil fuels is transforming the atmosphere. The warming is causing changes in the weather patterns, such as extreme weather, drought and severe storms. To stop the warming, we will have to start to adapt to the climate, either by changing the habits of human society, or by modifying our behaviour. However, we do not know which will be the most effective way to adapt to climate change. There are many different options. For example, by recycling, or by reducing our consumption of fossil fuels, which are in short supply in our society. However, the way in which we adapt to climate change will depend on many factors, such as how much we value our life, how we can adapt to changes in our environment, and what kind of society we have. The film also shows us the implications that climate change may have on our way of life, and how we may adapt to this climate change. It presents us with many interesting scenarios, such as changes in the ocean, in our weather patterns, and how the ocean will change in the future. The film also gives us some useful information about the problems in our society. It shows us how the extreme weather has affected the economies of many countries. It also tells us that the majority of the world's population lives in developing countries. Although many people can't adapt to climate change, it is also true that most of them have some form of economic dependence on the world's fossil fuel. It is estimated that in developing countries, the greenhouse gas emissions in 2005 alone would have increased CO2 emissions by approximately 50%. On the other hand, it is important to realise that this only represents a small fraction of the total greenhouse gas emissions. The world's total greenhouse gas emissions in 2005 alone was 2.5 billion metric tonnes, which was equal to almost three times the emissions of developed countries combined. Therefore, it is important to recognise that the causes of climate change are not limited to CO2 emissions. There are other greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change, such as methane, nitrous oxide and chlorofluorocarbons. There are also other emissions that do not directly contribute to climate change, such as deforestation and industrial production of products such as food, petroleum and fertiliser. It is important to realise that these emissions are affecting the entire world and affect the health of the population in many different ways. As a result, it is important to reduce emissions, both in developed and developing countries. The film also

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Austin Kelley

In this moving, wonderful and thought provoking documentary, photographer and filmmaker, Andy Warhol makes an important and lasting statement in his film "Let's Face It: Climate Change and American Art". Warhol's obsession with the shape of the future, of the world he wanted to create and the way things would look and be lived in the future is the reason this documentary is so powerful and unforgettable. Warhol's life is discussed in this film and in its entirety, from his birth, to his death, to his ashes in a private garden. Warhol has said that the film is a kind of archive of his life, and it does not disappoint in this respect. In fact, "Let's Face It" was shot in one night on an extremely low budget and also for only $12,000. Warhol had no film crew and only two assistants. The film was shot in the same location and with the same equipment as his film "Naked" (1942) and "Woman, Atom, Animal" (1943). Warhol, and his friends and acquaintances, make statements about the human condition and the way things can change. It is impossible to discuss the subject matter without mentioning the artist's latest works, "All of Me" and "Erotic Art". Warhol's works are really beautiful and are absolutely stunning. The film includes several interviews with Warhol's friends and acquaintances, along with many clips of Warhol's works and his public appearances. The interviews and clips are very powerful, and can be very moving. One interviewee interviewed was Susan Brownmiller, the co-founder of the Whitney Museum of American Art, who gave an emotional, powerful and informative interview about her time in the Whitney and Warhol's impact on her life. Warhol was a very important artist and has a tremendous impact on the art world. His works can be seen on the walls of art museums all over the world. Warhol's works are stunning, fascinating and controversial, and they are truly a unique phenomenon. The documentary has the ability to inspire and give hope to people who do not agree with the present and future of the human race. This documentary, like all Warhol's works, will be talked about for generations to come, and will definitely make an impact on people's views of the world. It is a masterpiece, and a powerful statement about the human condition.

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Bruce F.

A very long documentary about one man's journey to find the life he's always wanted. It's a love story but it's not one of those "ideal love story" that it's like, that we all want to see in our lives. This is a man who was very emotionally broken but didn't know why. He didn't know that he wanted to commit suicide. The film explores his journey and what changed his life. At the end of the movie I couldn't help but be surprised that he felt better. His story is so heartwarming. He tells the stories of other people who have found a purpose in their lives and he thinks they are inspiring. This is a film I'm really glad I watched because it gave me a lot to think about. I hope everyone can find some meaning in their lives and I'm very grateful to find that in this documentary. I gave it a 7 because it's not a perfect movie but it's very good.

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My summary of this documentary is that it's a fascinating look at how climate change and climate-related disasters can impact people, their relationships, and their communities. I'm glad to see that the documentary doesn't take a religious bent (as many other documentaries on climate change do). The documentary is set in the Midwest, near the St. Louis, MO area, and it covers the consequences of climate change as well as the impacts of climate-related disasters (e.g. tornadoes, floods, wildfires, heat waves, hurricanes, etc.). For example, it discusses the cost of heat waves, and how the need to upgrade our power grid and other energy infrastructure has put more people in danger. I particularly enjoyed the discussion of how climate change has caused the country's worst drought in a century, and how it has affected many of our fellow Americans. A couple of other conversations I enjoyed were about how a good chunk of our country's agricultural and natural resource infrastructure has been damaged by climate change, and the consequences of some of the water-related disasters that have been happening. It also discussed the impacts of climate change on a small-town in Michigan. Overall, this documentary is worth watching, and it's easy to see why some people have argued that this is a political/sensational film, and I think it's also worth seeing to see how the climate-related disaster that happened in Texas, Texas, might be relevant to you.

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Louis G.

I am a very big fan of climate change. I love the fact that there is no perfect solution to this problem. We must all take responsibility for our actions and try to work for a world that is not only chaotic, but also beautiful and healthy. I was very surprised to see that this documentary took on the issue of global warming. I think this is a great step in getting more people to think about global warming. The cinematography and the scenes of climate change should be applauded as well. It is a good thing that this film takes on a subject that is so much accepted. We are all going to be affected by climate change in some way. Hopefully we will be able to move away from such a problem in our lifetime. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone.

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Mildred G.

What is climate change? What is the goal of climate change mitigation? Is climate change a threat to our planet? What is the solution? This documentary takes a hard look at what it takes to tackle global warming, and how it could affect your life. There are people in the documentary who believe in global warming, but they believe in it the way we believe the Earth is. The film shows them making arguments and explaining what global warming means to them. As the film ends, a viewer gets the chance to share their opinion. They can vote on whether global warming is a problem for them. The documentary also shows the issues we face. It shows how the Earth is changing and how the Earth's atmosphere and oceans are changing. The climate change documentary shows the idea of global warming and what impacts we could have on the planet. It also shows how the world is changing because of global warming. The documentary shows the science behind global warming, and the argument is based on the theory of global warming. The documentary also gives a look into the solutions for global warming, and the means we could take to stop global warming. The film ends with a final message to the viewer. The viewer can take their opinion on global warming, and vote on whether global warming is a problem or not.

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Jason M.

Most people see the movie "Shark Tale" and then think, "Well, I'll just pretend this is the whole story." The more you think about it, the more you realize that what you think you know is actually less than you thought it was. This movie should be required viewing in high school science classes, and will be a model for how to talk about climate change. I highly recommend this movie, even if you are not a scientist. It really does the job it is supposed to.

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Scott Greene

What's the point of having a "corporate" documentary on climate change? It's not about climate change, it's about corporate influence on public opinion, not what's actually happening. I can't see any corporate involvement in global warming or what we are doing to the environment, so this is all wrong. Perhaps you are a scientist or something. What do you think? There are a lot of interesting things that are not mentioned in the documentary. Like how a big corporation can have so much power over the government, and how an environmentalist, who used to care about saving the planet, now just wants to use the money to make a profit. The documentary also shows us what a lot of celebrities think about the issue. Like everyone who uses the word "I'm concerned", or what happens when you have a documentary on Leonardo DiCaprio. I can't believe they even got him for this. I hope you get a chance to see it. For me, it was a waste of my time.

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Shirley M.

I wasn't expecting to be so critical of this film, but I have to admit it's not for everybody. It's all about the Arctic and its effects on the climate. The film is long and drags a little at times, and it's not all that entertaining. However, for people who like a good documentary on the climate crisis, this is a good film to watch. The film uses graphics to convey the problems that we humans are facing, and the effects that we're having on the planet. I think that the film is about overstating its case for global warming, but the film does a good job of giving the audience a way of thinking about the problem. The film is interesting because it's made by scientists who have had a hand in shaping the climate. The film is very factual, and although the film does have it's weak points, it's still worth seeing.

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I am a long-time weather enthusiast, and I have a bit of an obsession with the notion of climate change, so it was with some trepidation that I decided to watch this documentary. The director uses the camera to narrate his journey into the heart of the climate change situation, and I believe that it does a pretty good job of it. It is a very personal story, and I'm not sure that most people would be able to relate to it in the same way. However, I certainly can. The director is a mountain climber, and he is talking about his journey to get from one camp to the next and back. I was able to see more than one view of the same view from different camps in the same area, and I think that it is an interesting perspective of the phenomenon. It is a lot like climbing, but I think that if you are interested in the phenomenon, it might be more fascinating than climbing, and you may be able to enjoy it more. I think that this documentary is worth seeing. It is a great insight into a subject that is relatively easy to understand. In the documentary, the director speaks about the extremes of weather, and how you can see them coming. This gives you the perspective that you are right there, and you might be able to get some very meaningful insight into the weather phenomena. I am glad that the director put his personal story on the screen. He does it with great style, and the viewer will get to see his emotions, his frustrations, his hopes, and so on. You are able to see the human mind in a very difficult situation, and you might feel a sense of empathy. The director has not changed the weather, he just changed the way people can relate to it.

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This is a very interesting film that seems to be more relevant than ever as we have an ongoing discussion on the cost of fossil fuels. What started in the early 1970's with articles about the cost of fossil fuels now seems like a political necessity. On one hand we have a Trump presidency, on the other we have an Obama presidency. This film helps in my opinion in helping to answer the question as to whether or not we should be doing anything about the cost of the fossil fuel industry. It's a shame that it took so long to put this film together as it is something that I think people should take seriously. I recommend this film for people to see. It's a very interesting film and certainly one that will keep you thinking. There is some more background information about the issue of the climate change in the documentary. This is a very good film that is worth seeing.

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The film is a rare occasion to be able to have a filmmaker like Maxfield Parrish present the information and analysis in an engaging way. While there is little in the way of engaging content, it is entertaining, and the segments are rich in perspective and nuanced. It is, however, not a perfect film. The film is very 'gritty' in nature, and the conversations between people from different walks of life become increasingly difficult and uncomfortable. It is not at all the same as the famously 'gritty' approach of Werner Herzog, but I can't help but wonder if the tone is intentionally downplayed, or if it's simply that the film is done with a 'softer' hand. Regardless, the general tone is that of a 'small town' narrative, and I found it far more engaging than the film could have been. The people are quirky and interesting, but the only narrative that was particularly entertaining was the one that included the opinions of the people themselves. One would like to have seen more analysis of the science and climate, as opposed to simply hearing what the people had to say. Overall, this is a very worthwhile documentary, and one that is worth a watch.

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Margaret L.

It's interesting how few people see the planet as a human situation. I read the top three people in the U.S.A. having received Nobel prizes - this is a USA. It's interesting how much the world doesn't care for the poor. Even the World Bank admits that there are 10 million people in the world who cannot feed themselves or their families. It's interesting how there are two cultures - rich and poor - but they are very close. The more the rich man makes, the more the poor man makes. This is a very strange type of thinking and I think that in the future, when the poor will see the same level of wealth that the rich man has, I think they'll be shocked and ask themselves if they should let the rich man keep his money or not. Then the poor man will get his opportunity and won't feel a need to give the money away. But the rich man will get a new opportunity to gain more money from the poor - they will be able to buy the only two TV sets in the world, but they will have a chance to get the entire area to be a beautiful one. The rich man will be able to get more money. But the poor man will lose the chance to be part of the planet. It's sad that the wealthy have the chance to buy the one TV set, but the poor man will be trapped in the Sahara. We live in a world where there is a lot of competition, but I don't think that the rich and the poor will ever give up their competition. I think that it's necessary to keep an open mind to understand the situation. And the rich can continue to be rich, but the poor will never get their chance. And the poor people won't even be able to know the wealthy people in the world, they'll be so far away that they won't be able to know them. It's really sad.

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Linda Freeman

It's amazing that you could get a documentary on the most exciting topic of the 21st century and still not mention it. This film is the answer to that question. It covers the facts and the stories of every single country on the planet. It's a small film, but it works as a documentary, and the amount of detail in the stories is astounding. There are some very interesting and informative bits in the film, but the whole thing is highly emotional and inspirational. It's a really interesting, powerful film, and I would recommend it to anyone. It's not just for those who want to see a documentary on climate change. It's for anyone who wants to know about the current situation in the world, and who wants to get involved in the change that is needed. A great film.

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Julie Murray

Just before the "climate change" issue became a worldwide media subject, the Pew Research Center found that most Americans, including 65 percent of Republicans, still believe in the existence of global warming. This documentary tells the same story, yet the message is very different. In the context of a documentary, the message is the same, but the methods of presentation differ: one uses interviews, one uses a narrator, one uses a series of visuals, and one uses footage. But the main topic of the documentary is climate change, and this is a crucial one for this generation. It's an issue that affects every person in the world, and this documentary provides a unique perspective on it. It's a compelling story, and I'm sure this is the first documentary that I've seen that focuses specifically on the issue of climate change.

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Timothy Warren

I think I understand more about climate change than I did before this film. I really enjoyed watching this film. It was very clear that there is a great deal of emotion involved in the people involved with the work of caring for the world's vulnerable. I also thought that the way in which they addressed climate change and made it sound like a problem that is not a problem is very refreshing. Overall, I felt the film was well made and the message is one that I don't think many will be able to get through without having their brains fried.

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I do not disagree with all the points raised in the film. There is much more to it, but I must admit I was a bit caught up in the information I had been brought up to believe. I was curious to see how a highly educated person could truly believe that what the author had written. My curiosity grew with the further research I did on the topic. I learned that there are so many things the author could have been talking about. The energy, transportation, and production of water. The use of petroleum, the methods of transportation. The environmental impact of the energy industry. The role of industry in creating jobs. The role of consumer behavior and choices in contributing to global warming. The role of land and water management. All of these things and more are not covered in the film. I think the information is important and necessary to the world of climate change denial. But the information was not fully presented. There were too many points to discuss. I did not see the full implications of a large number of events. It was a bit overwhelming. It's like trying to watch the film while listening to a long podcast. I don't know if the filmmaker was trying to make the film "super fast" or "easy to follow." I did like the perspective of the director, who is a scientist. He emphasized the importance of science, technology, and research. He had a lot of information, but it was presented in a way that was easy to understand. I do believe there is an "anti-scientific climate denier" movement. It is the reason that I am not a fan of the world of climate change denial. I believe there are too many areas to discuss and too many points to discuss. I found the film, "Letting Go of the World and Loving All the Things Climate Can't Change," to be a good film for climate change deniers. I believe this film will help people of all backgrounds understand the science behind climate change. I believe that if enough people were educated about the science of climate change, we will be better able to answer the questions posed by the film.

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This is one of the better, more intelligent, and far more entertaining documentaries I've seen in a long time. The characters have some genuine depth, and the lack of either technical or political oversight gives the viewer a clear sense of what is going on and what is being asked of them. This film was well worth my time, even if I couldn't get all of the stories straight.

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It is true that almost all of us have our family values. In fact, it seems to be part of who we are. In the absence of family values, we seek a reason for being. But it is not the reason that counts, it is the feeling of being able to let go, of having someone to look to, and just letting go. This film tells the story of a family. A father who is dead, the mother who does not understand what her son is doing. The father does not want her to leave. But the mother does not want to leave. The film shows her struggle to let go, to allow her son to leave. The mother and father are the object of the story. The son has done this because he wants to, because he knows that he is in love with his mother. But this love is not a love that he needs to maintain, and it is not a love that he needs to hold onto. The son's wish is to leave his mother. But as the story progresses, we see the bond between the father and son grow. We see the mother become more and more understanding. But what about the son, is he going to leave? Will he leave the family that he has known and loved? Will he be able to let go? And will the mother be able to let go, too? This film is beautifully done, as are all of the films of the director. I think that we need to talk about the movies that do not need to be perfect.

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Ashley Ferguson

When a documentary is about the Earth, I don't see much need for a narrative. But that is exactly what this film is about. It's a documentary about climate change and it makes you think. It is a little slow, but for the most part it is a great watch. I personally think it is the most honest documentary I've ever seen about climate change and a great wake up call for the government to take action. Overall, I'd say this is a really great documentary about climate change. I've never been a fan of climate change, but I'd never say that I wasn't informed. I am an environmentalist and I think the documentary is very informative and really effective. I really hope this film gets more exposure because it deserves it. If you are in the public eye and you haven't made your stance on climate change, this documentary is for you.

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Aaron D.

This film could have gone in a number of different directions. I found it intriguing and interesting. But it also contained a number of the 'same old stuff' from many other documentaries of similar subject matter. That is, very little information about the actual impacts of climate change. It also fails to show us how such drastic changes in the climate can affect local economies and what they are doing to their communities. At one point, the director says that he didn't have to include that information because it was already out there. However, the viewer needs to be aware that we already know this information. And this is one of the reasons I thought the film failed to engage me. The filmmaker does have a point, but the filmmakers failed to engage me in a good way. That is, they failed to give me a way to understand the impact of climate change on local communities. This film is a good start, but as I said, it is very 'all the same old stuff' from many other documentaries of similar subject matter.

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In a global climate of reduced fossil fuels, the shift to a post-carbon economy is one that is in the near future, yet it can only be made possible by a good effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The focus of this film is on two global leaders, who are responsible for driving the problem of global warming. They are the President of the United States, and the Prime Minister of Canada, who are the world leaders who are driving the conversation about the nature of that conversation. They are both both convinced that the solution to global warming is renewable energy. They are convinced that they need to take action, but their actions are not coordinated and their efforts are not aligned. So the film takes a look at how they are trying to address the problem, and how they are trying to implement that plan. We are also shown their ability to adapt to the changing climate, and to make the most of it. But in a way, their plan is going to be defeated by the people that they need to reach. So we see them at work in the form of the United Nations, and the World Bank, and the private sector. It's interesting to see the role of the United Nations, but it's not a movie about the United Nations, it's about the political system that we have in place in the United States, and how the United Nations is actually going to get the same results that it's trying to do, and in some ways it's going to succeed. And as far as the movie is concerned, it's an attempt to change the system, and not necessarily get the outcome that it wants, but it's an attempt to change the system. So that's a positive and not a negative. It's about change and about hope. It's about leadership, and about making sure that people who have influence do what they need to do. It's a movie that's about people who are in charge, and about leaders who are in charge, and about how they can be effective. And that's a good movie.

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A great film to see if you want to take a break from the news and politics. It's just not worth it to have an opinion about something that is not even close to a fact. I've been working at this for 7 years and I don't think I've ever seen a more biased group of people. This film is by far the best I've ever seen. The things that are presented are truly inspiring, and the opinions presented are not only wrong but are in fact the exact opposite of the facts. This film is actually a warning to all of us, because if we don't learn from it, it's only going to get worse.

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Jerry Patterson

I think what I liked about this film was its simplicity. It's a story about a man who is devoted to his daughter and has no intention of letting go of the world. In the end he understands what he has and is at peace. This is a very good film, and I think it's worth watching.

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Amy C.

I feel that this film is mainly about the media's view of the climate. It is told from the perspective of the scientist who is a scientist but his views are never entirely credible. A media that is so in love with these scientists, making them out to be so brilliant, is a problem. This film is definitely not for everyone but the way that it is told it is a good documentary and also for the people who might want to read the science on the subject.

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Douglas B.

For those who are not aware, "It's Your World: What the Climate Can't Change" is a documentary film that was released in 2008. A woman (who is now a successful environmental activist) decides to go to Antarctica in order to find out how the climate there is changing and why. I liked this film because it was short, simple, and didn't really delve into the politics of climate change, so that I didn't have to. What I did want to know was how the environment was changing and how to let go of the world we live in. And although the documentary is very short, it actually really gets you to think about the world we live in. Even though it is only 85 minutes long, it was a good piece of work that I recommend you to watch.

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Nathan T.

The purpose of this movie is to show how people can cope and find balance in their lives. I found this movie to be very informative and the actors portrayed their characters very well. The weather events shown in the movie are not the only reasons for personal change. We all need to change, but we can't just sit on the sidelines. So many of us are not ready to change. We need to show up and be ready to take action. What's important to me is that this movie showed that people are the ones who have to be on top of this climate change. It is the economy, it is the choices we make and the actions we take that will lead to an improvement. This movie was very well put together and very informative. If you want to understand this problem, watch it and learn. I would also recommend that you watch the movie before you go to war.

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I loved this film. It is not a documentary and does not focus on climate change at all, but rather on people's stories about their relationship with the environment. I found this film refreshingly honest and refreshingly positive. Many people I've spoken to felt the same way. For some, the film was about their world, for others, it was about their relationship with the environment. I would recommend this film to anyone looking to see how the world can be better and more caring.

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Albert A.

This is one of the most impressive environmental documentaries ever made. The film is designed to be a documentary about the environmental crisis, but in a very artful and eloquent way. The film examines the links between human beings and the environment, but it is more than just a documentary about the environment. The film is very lyrical, using a lot of poetic language, especially when talking about people and their relationships with nature. The story of the three main characters in the film, and their quest to move beyond the confines of the small town they live in, is an interesting and powerful story, even if it's a little hard to follow at times. The characters have real human traits and are real, instead of a kind of cardboard cutout-type character. This film is so different from all the other environmental documentaries that it is quite impressive. The best environmental documentary is a movie that you can watch over and over and never get tired of watching. This is that kind of documentary.

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Ruth Spencer

This documentary was made by a bunch of people who love science and the environment, and they try to explain their experiences from the various countries where they've lived. From the USA they're from a bunch of different places (bordering on nowhere), but they were all brought together by one common thing - climate change. The process they go through to explain their feelings and their experience is pretty entertaining, and I think it's an important documentary. For some reason, I didn't find it very realistic, and maybe it's just me. They didn't try to exaggerate their feelings, because they realized that the average person can't. The main topic they cover is their personal experience, and how it affected their lives. I think it's very inspiring to watch. I give it a 7, but I do admit that the film is a little bit slow, and sometimes they don't even talk about the topic that much. But overall I think it's a great film and worth watching. I would recommend this documentary to anybody, because it has a message that will reach out to everyone. I recommend it.

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Charles W.

Like many others, I was excited to see this film. Although I had never heard of this documentary before, I was interested in the topic of climate change and wanted to know more. I was very pleased to see this documentary. It was very informative, and the narration was very real. I was especially impressed with the portrayal of the documentary makers who were at the summit of COP21. They really went into detail and really explained the science and why it was so important. I also appreciated that the documentary makers took the time to show us what they were doing in order to make a documentary, not just give us some information. Also, the way the climate leaders were shown, in comparison to the most powerful countries, was refreshing. I appreciated how the leaders had been shown as people who were not celebrities, but people who were trying to do what was best for the world. I also thought the narration was excellent. I didn't find myself really connecting with the voices of the people who were featured in the film. Overall, I thought this documentary was very educational and really was a very important issue.

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Joe Webb

An interesting look at the reality of climate change and the changes we're making as a result. Very well done, I think it could be recommended to anyone looking for a great documentary to watch. I'm also disappointed that no more people really discussed the human impact on the environment, but that doesn't mean the director didn't cover it in this film. It's a shame the movie doesn't really cover more, because I really think this could be a really good documentary.

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I'm a climate scientist, and in my professional opinion this documentary is a good one. However, I'm not a scientist. The film is a good one, but it fails to illustrate and explain how the state of the world is changing. I found it hard to believe that the climate would be this way, and what is happening to the world that we don't understand. The global warming we are seeing is a sign of changes in the Earth's atmosphere, not a sign of changes in climate. Why are there so many climate scientists working on climate change, but no one is talking about the real change that is happening? Where are the pictures of the melting glaciers in Greenland? Where are the pictures of the melting ice caps in Antarctica? How are all the scientists getting paid? How many people die each year from the climate change that we are all beginning to see?

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Dorothy Stewart

We need to talk about this film and the effect it will have on future generations. When you see the graphics on the screen you are taken into the world of high technology, and a world of fear, while the film is about how technology can be used for good. I was actually in the school I was shot in in 2007, and it was the same kind of fear. My dad was not there, but when we talked to him about this film, he said he was proud to be a part of the film. This film is very inspiring, and has a very deep meaning. If you are lucky enough to be a parent, and want to do something meaningful, to share it with others, and to spread the message, this film is the film to do it!

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This is a very good movie about a very good subject. It shows us what happens when we let go of the world and the things that matter most to us, the things that we use to survive. It shows us that we can lose everything we have in a few seconds and that we must trust ourselves and trust the people around us. It tells us that life isn't about keeping the things we have and what we have. It's about trusting people who will help us, and letting go of everything we don't know and need. It shows us that people will help you, even if you don't have what they have. It tells us that love is something we all need, and it shows us that we don't need to stay in the world that is destroying us. It's a beautiful movie that shows us that we have to do everything we can to get out of the suffering that we are in.

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John Matthews

I have a confession: I have read A GIRL WHO LEFT CERTAINLY NOTHING (which I love) so I was interested to watch this film. It has been a while since I have watched this film. In terms of context, the film begins when the protagonist, one of the four, is preparing to leave the community, which is being pushed out by the environmentalist group. The father of the girl in the film, one of the four, was a very influential person in the community. He was also a huge figure in the movement to reduce carbon emissions. I was impressed by the work that was done in the communities that were being pushed out. It is also interesting to note that the film took place in a similar town to the one that is being targeted for climate change. The community was in a constant state of crisis, where the community felt it was going to be destroyed. This was also true in the town where the protagonist was going to be sent to. At the end of the film, the protagonist makes a decision, which is for the community to fight against the environmentalist group, or for the child to stay and continue to learn about her history. This decision has consequences. This film was a very good portrayal of a community in crisis. It was interesting to see that the film showed how one of the four protagonists and her mother made a decision that was one of the most significant in the film. In addition to the narration, there were other parts that I thought were good, but I'm not going to spoil it. The film was interesting in terms of style and was enjoyable to watch. The documentary style and visuals are nice. The cinematography was also good. Overall, I recommend this film. It was a great introduction to a topic that I have not previously been familiar with.

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Douglas McDonald

A good film but it is hard to follow at times, some parts of it are hard to hear at times. I believe this is due to the noise in the background of the voices over the movies sound track, it is very hard to hear what the other people are saying. If you have a choice, and want to see this film, you should wait until it is on television and you can watch it at home. It's about the politics of climate change and there is so much to learn from this film. If you are interested in climate change, I think you should watch this film.

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A small number of actors (mostly from the 1950s) appear at a United Nations climate change conference in Berlin, Germany in 2008. These individuals are in a very difficult position, considering they represent the governments of the world that are responsible for the global warming problem. Their speeches are very inspiring, but at the same time, it is extremely hard to watch these stories because they are so real. The resulting tension between these actors, their families, and the audience, is at times so intense, that I was almost in tears at some points. I also thought the director did a great job at showing these stories in a different way. This is a very effective way to show the impacts of global warming and the consequences of inaction. I think the documentary is a great way to start a discussion about global warming. But even though the director made this film, he could have made a great documentary about the situation in Africa. But then, what is the point of making a documentary about a crisis in Africa?

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Virginia Walker

This documentary shows how we are quickly falling into the trap of accepting the worst. It is rare to see the importance of the environment at the top of the agenda. We all do so with a sense of righteousness, but at the cost of other aspects of our lives. As a result we are all creating a nightmare in which we are completely unaware of the consequences of our actions. What is more, it's so easy to believe that we can do what we want, because we have never had to work for anything. It's not surprising that this type of narrative would appeal to a more positive audience. The documentary's premise is simple. We humans have been trapped in a cycle of dependency. The more we depend on one another, the more vulnerable we become. The film shows us how we have come to the point of no return. It looks at a broad range of issues, such as water, energy, food, air, and land, and looks at how our lives are linked. It's not clear whether the filmmaker has an anti-capitalistic or pro-capitalist agenda. But it's clear that there is a need for this documentary to be made. The film, although much too short, is extremely interesting, and if you can't see it in the theater, it's worth a look on DVD.

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Dorothy E.

This documentary tells a story about the so called climate crisis, and how the world can actually start making it a positive change, or rather, in the end, instead of not being changed at all. This documentary shows a few of the things that could be done to change the climate, not only for people living in the Western world, but also for the rest of the world. It shows the different ways that this can be done, including the ways that countries like China and India can lead in making the change. The main point of this documentary is that the carbon emissions are a global problem, but the scale and scope of the problem is much smaller than many people think. The problem is about the amount of carbon emissions. How the problem can be fixed is really not the most important thing. The thing that really matters is, do we actually want to do anything about it? Are we willing to try and make changes, instead of simply talking about it? This documentary has a few different stories, but one is definitely the most important. In the end it was clear that the idea of climate change is a global problem, and if we do nothing about it, it will be a global problem for a long time to come. For the people living in the Western world, it is still not too late to change the course of history, if they will really want to do something. But for the rest of the world, maybe they will simply continue living their lives, which is not a very good thing.

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Patricia T.

Good, thorough, and inspiring. This movie will leave you feeling grateful for what you have, and it will make you believe in the power of the human spirit. This is the film that inspired me to start an anti-fracking protest movement. We need more films like this that will inspire people everywhere to stand up to injustice. If you need a change, I think you'll like this movie. It's really the type of film that you can watch over and over and have a great time.

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This is a brilliant documentary about climate change. It's not very subtle about its message, but it is effective in conveying the stakes. It is a drama about what climate change will mean for the world's future. If you watch it you will understand that the world is in danger of losing its natural wealth. So what can you do to help? The film also shows how the world can cooperate and overcome the current challenges. It is a very simple idea, but it's effective. I recommend this film to everyone, for it is a very powerful and important message.

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Julia K.

No plot, no explanation of any of the scenarios, just a handful of people who live their lives the way they want to. The documentary is well put together and the editing is also very good. It is a shame that the director was not able to speak to the people who made this documentary, I think he would have helped us understand what motivated them and what their reasons were.

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Patricia W.

I am looking for a quick and easy summary of this documentary. Is there a specific message? I think the message is: If we can't change our societies' climate, we'll just have to start each day with a fresh start. Or more likely, we'll just have to keep going forward and keep feeling happy. I am not a real climate activist, but it is good to know that people are actually starting to talk about this issue. We can start to overcome the "man on the street" mentality and start to start living a more sustainable life.

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Dorothy M.

I found this documentary to be rather chilling in many ways. The more I thought about it, the more I thought that it was incredibly powerful, but I still had to restrain myself from watching it until I had time to reflect on it. The most powerful parts of the documentary came when it discussed what people in the film were feeling. I mean, it was incredibly heart-wrenching, especially because of the kind of people that were interviewed. It was also quite interesting to hear about what was happening in the world. Even though I'm not a scientist, I do know that there is a connection between human actions and the effects that the environment has on people, especially children. However, the fact that this documentary spoke to me directly made me think about how important it is for me to stay informed about the state of the world. In this day and age, we're bombarded with information at a rate that it makes it difficult to process information. That is what I found to be incredibly powerful in this film. While watching this documentary, I was thinking about how it could be easier to believe what's happening in the world, and that we're not going to be able to stop it. I was also thinking about the extreme measures that some people are taking to try and stop climate change. I thought that this film really gave a strong message, and that it was important to get involved and to try and save the planet.

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Elizabeth G.

I think the main reason for this film to be so good is because of the topic it is discussing. Climate change and how it affects people is something we can all relate to. Everyone is different and can't change the weather. But what we can do is be mindful and take care of our health and get out and enjoy what we have. This film tells you a great story about how to be mindful of the world around us. When a hurricane or a flood hits your area, you can either just stand there and take the brunt of it or you can go to work, and then when you come home, you can have time to reflect. That's the movie's message. But the message is not only about how to take care of yourself and how to help out others, but also about the more human aspect of it. There are many stories that could be told about the effects of climate change on people, but for this one, it's really the impact of humans on each other. This film also has a message that, while not perfect, is good and important. This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It has a message for everyone, both for how to live a life free of climate change, and how to help the environment while doing it.

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Mark T.

I saw this in a screen reading event and I was blown away. This is a brilliant film. What I liked most about this film is that it makes you feel like you know somebody. They are not a bad person. I think people might have a hard time understanding the film because it is not about them. It is about all of us. In the film, someone said it was good that they had never known a parent, but it was not true. It was not true that there was no family in a situation like that. My father was the most important person in my life and he did not know me very well. That is how it should be, I think. There is a lot of anger, frustration, and sadness in this film, but it is not just about a child and their family. It is a movie about the environment, our family and our planet. It is all of us. What I learned from this film is that we have a responsibility to leave a lot of the fossil fuels that are our neighbors for other species to live on. We should have more respect for the Earth and more respect for our neighbors. In the end, it is not about what is good for the planet, it is about what is good for our children and what is good for our children. I think we should be doing more to protect the Earth and stop destroying it. It is hard to find a reason to love one another but in the end, we all know that we should, and that is what this film is about. I give this a seven because it is worth seeing.

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Ruth D.

A special study of the success of three English-born couples who were the first to use the vagrancy tax credit (which was extended to all income tax forms in 2001) to create "volunteer" homes for the homeless, in some cases, to turn their own spare rooms into shelters. The stories of the three couples in their own words, and the critical issues they faced are the heart of this remarkable documentary. We are also given an overview of the United Kingdom's Homelessness strategy and how the Government has worked with social service providers to better understand the problem. At the end of the film, I would like to say that there is still much work to be done to eliminate the number of homeless individuals in our country, particularly those of a minority population that is homeless and/or living on the streets. Unfortunately, I would argue that we do not have enough resources to accomplish this and I feel it would be a significant public health and safety issue to have a homeless population in this country that could potentially pose a threat to public safety. I am currently a research assistant and mentor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Waterloo, Ontario. I am also a freelance writer and blogger. My research interests include sociology of social systems, communication in social and interpersonal settings, and research methods. My area of research focuses on the sociology of the elderly. I am also an internationally recognized expert on age-related decline and dementia in older adults. For more of my writing, please visit my blog, "The Old Self."

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Rebecca C.

I don't see this film as being really about climate change but more about how our emotions can sometimes trump facts. I don't think this film really presents climate change as a human issue. It's a pretty self-indulgent documentary about the emotions of a few people. What if the president were to make a speech and the climate change talk was being delivered by a bunch of geese? It's a film about a bunch of people with emotions. That is what it is about. Not about climate change per se. So that is why I would say that the film is a bit cliche, but that is what it is. The film is very well done, but it could have been a lot better. The main actor, Rick Hendler, really got me with his portrayal of Noah. His character is a man who was about to be married when the world ended and he thought he would be the first to die. The people around him want him to wait until the weather changes so they can kill him. This is not a movie I would like to see, but I have seen a lot worse than this. It is not a movie I would recommend. It is an interesting documentary and I liked it. It's not perfect but it's very good. I recommend it to people who want to be challenged and for those who want to see this character in a different light.

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Denise Meyer

Just watched this and I was shocked at the amount of brain-farts that the climate change deniers spew out on a regular basis. The whole thing is pretty much a blast, but even I must admit that I would be a lot more interested in seeing how these people actually lived than in their bogus arguments. Unfortunately, the best way to watch this is just to watch the DVD with subtitles, so I can't say that I particularly appreciated the subtitling in that respect. All in all, a fun and informative documentary that should not be missed by anyone who really wants to learn more about the debate.

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This is a film that captures the spirit of the spirit of the filmmaker, Neil Patel, with an incredible energy. I have a very different perspective on this film than I did when it was released, and it is the films energy that drives me to see it again and again. At first, it was very hard to see, with all of the rain and wind. It was as if they were saying, "What the hell do we have to do to survive, if we're not going to risk our lives to reach the Earth? What do we have to lose, and what does it take to win it?" To my surprise, the film is actually very personal and it touches on some of the issues that I have dealt with. This film is not a documentary, but more of a visual reflection on what we have to lose and what we have to gain. The film has a very interesting camera work, which captures the emotions of the subjects. The camera is a focus point of the film, and the colors of the film are quite amazing. It is a wonderful film that I highly recommend, and I am hoping to see it again. Overall, this is a very special film. I can't wait to see it again. Thanks for making it, Neil!

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Kathleen O.

As the story of this movie unfolds, I can't help but feel that it is the coldness and indifference of the environment that has trapped us. It's not the climate that is the problem. It's the fact that the great majority of us in this world are all but oblivious to it. In the movie, Michael Wallis is interviewed and asked whether he thinks it is possible for us to change. He replies "No. It's as if I asked the other man on the bus whether he thinks it's possible to build a bridge. The other man would say no, because he hasn't done it." He then went on to say "If we didn't know it was going to rain in the middle of the night, we wouldn't have been driving at all." The problem, he says, is that we are still sitting in cars that aren't designed for rain. If the city of Chicago hadn't just put in a sewer system, the city would be flooded. For all its apparent flaws, the movie's message is one of action. It makes you feel that we have to act. So let's do something about it.

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Emily Howard

This documentary is a highly effective and beautiful story of a family and how they deal with climate change. The father, played by Ben Mendelsohn, works on a farm in Nebraska. He believes that the family is an "ecologically sound" family and the most important aspect of his life is his wife, played by Kate Winslet. He has a healthy and thriving marriage. The family has a stable home and a loving son who is currently studying at Princeton University. He does not want to leave his family. However, he does want to help his son understand the seriousness of the issues. The son has an interest in the climate change and plans to attend a meeting at Princeton to discuss it. The son's father and mother understand and are concerned with the fact that the son wants to attend the meeting. After he visits the office of Princeton, the father and mother are convinced that they are making a mistake in letting their son attend the meeting. They eventually reach a compromise and allow him to attend the meeting but he will not be attending the meeting. This incident illustrates the key to family harmony and acceptance of environmental issues. In the end, the family finds a way to get along with the changes in their lifestyle and in the way the son is raised. This is a very strong film with good acting, emotions, and a strong message. It is not perfect and it does not pretend to be but it is a very strong story that will stay with you for a long time. It is important for families to talk about the things that are important in their lives and to take action on these issues. The director, Ben Mendelsohn, is also an excellent actor and a storyteller.

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Cheryl Stewart

The documentary had a lot to say about how the "science" on global warming is becoming more and more questionable, but it is not a very clear presentation. A lot of the movie would have been better if they had told a bit more about the evidence and issues, rather than just the overwhelming consensus of scientists. Still, it is an interesting look into the mind of a climate scientist and is worth seeing.

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Mary Vargas

Climate change is just the latest in a long list of challenges facing humanity and the world. While the human race as a whole seems to be moving toward sustainability, for the most part, the world is moving in the opposite direction. Governments and companies are making billions off our behalf while we are all forced to pay more and more for everything we need. Even the ideas of environmentalism and sustainability are just a small part of what we as a society owe to our planet. This documentary is a must-see for those that are interested in the human condition and the planet that sustains us all. From protests of the Keystone XL Pipeline to the Bush administration's attempt to destroy the scientific consensus on global warming, to the threat of global warming to our oceans, to the importance of stopping it, this film brings to light the challenges we face on a daily basis and shows us that we can do something about it. We can stop seeing ourselves as a species of god-like beings and we can begin to see the humans that we have become and the role we play in keeping the world livable.

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Joan May

In a similar fashion to "Tiny Furniture", I think that this movie was meant to be a 'feel good' movie, a concept that many have taken a dislike to. However, I think it works on many levels. Firstly, it's a real look at the challenges of global warming, and how the need for action can make it all the more urgent. Secondly, it's a look at how you can make a difference. This is a movie that doesn't preach. It is more of a personal story, and the characters are real and believable. The fact that the stories are told by the people who live in the affected regions makes it all the more emotional. The story in this film is truly inspiring. While it may not be the most politically correct documentary you'll ever watch, it's a movie that is well worth seeing. It is a great movie that I highly recommend.

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This is a documentary about a man's struggle to leave his life of pollution and pollution-induced disease, and live his life in an entirely different way. It is one of the best things I have seen this year. David Suzuki is the world's leading environmentalist, and this documentary is one of his best. In this film, he goes into great detail about the personal and social impact of pollution and disease. It is a very moving film and a must see.

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Nancy A.

For years, we've been told by the political and media elite that there is no such thing as climate change, or that it is all just a hoax, that there is no need to do anything about it. Now, after seeing this movie, we have the facts on our side. There are some individuals who are still pushing the narrative of global warming denialism, but now they have all but lost the fight. This documentary is a powerful call to action, and a reminder of what we need to do to stop this kind of corporate hijacking of the climate issue. It will only serve to make us all more aware of the fact that we have every right to have a say in what we do, and to act on that right. The corporations that were fronting for the science of climate change were on the other side of the argument, and the Hollywood celebrities who went along with the consensus were right in the middle of the political debate. This documentary does an excellent job of laying out the arguments against the scientific consensus, and it also does an excellent job of putting forward the case for doing something about it. The movie focuses primarily on the various attempts by major corporations to push their own agendas, and how those agendas were completely at odds with the science of climate change. While it doesn't make the case that all the scientists and engineers are wrong, it does make the case that the arguments that are made against their cause are not supported by the science. There is a lot of information in this movie, and I recommend that you take the time to watch it. The documentary is powerful, but it is not anti-government or anti-corporate. It is a call to action. It is about bringing people together, to act on a common cause, and to get involved in the political process in order to stop the destruction of the environment and to make the future we want for ourselves. If you have the chance to see this film, I highly recommend it. It will help you to understand what is happening, and what can be done about it. It will also help you to understand that we have every right to speak out on this issue, and that we can and should do so. Please see it.

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Andrea Davis

I saw this movie last night in the International Documentary Festival. The filmmaker is Bob Hildreth, who produced a documentary about the child development of the girl that was aborted at 8 weeks (this was in Texas). The filmmaker is Robin Roffman, who was also a member of the local abortion clinic and was a very vocal critic of it. This film follows Roffman's investigation of what he discovered and what he tried to do about it. We see him trying to warn women not to abort their babies and try to keep them alive. There's a lot of scary footage of Roffman, some of it makes me sick. The scene where the doctor is talking to a terminally ill woman about a future she doesn't know about is really disturbing. He talks about how difficult it is to go through the grieving process, but it is not in any way worth the pain and suffering that goes into this. It's even more disturbing when we see how easily he gets around the law when he gets a cease and desist letter from the clinic he tried to warn about. It's an extremely disturbing scene. There is also a lot of talking about the relationship between the doctor and the girl that died. She is no longer around to talk about her. There are also interviews with other abortion doctors who did the same thing. It's a very interesting film. It's a bit depressing and I'm glad I saw it. It does make me think about the death of this girl and the life she had ahead of her. I'm glad that people are starting to take this subject seriously.

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Stephanie O.

This documentary is a unique insight into the world of the US-Canadian energy debate and an amazing look into the Canadian oil industry. We follow two opposing sides in this debate. The one that wants to see new pipelines built and the other that wants to preserve and strengthen existing pipelines. These two camps meet in a heated discussion on what is right for the environment and what is right for the people of Canada. A discussion that touches on all kinds of issues and the effect that such talk can have on the broader public. The discussion is informative and enlightening, a must watch for anyone who is a fan of environmentalism.

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Kathleen Garza

Just received this DVD on VHS, I'm a real die-hard "Arctic Climate" activist, so I was eager to see this documentary. I'm glad I did. It's an engaging and insightful look at the physical climate change problem, and its impact on the lives of those affected. I really appreciated how the documentary stayed fairly grounded in reality, and had no time for big political arguments, or big ego-centric rhetoric. There were no instances of politicians shoving a piece of paper on the camera, or anti-environmental nonsense, or even the sort of annoying, "big government is bad" arguments. No, this was a good documentary. It's entertaining, it has great music, it has great photography, and it has great production values. If you're a real climate activist, you'll enjoy this. If you're not, well, maybe you shouldn't be reading this, or else you might miss out on the message. I give it 8 out of 10.

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Michelle G.

I grew up in the Midwest, the first time I heard the words 'climate change' I was horrified. Even back then, it was a foregone conclusion that we would lose the land that we called home, and the worst part is that it was so easy to see the way it was going to happen. You can't blame any one for thinking this, as there were few people with the wherewithal to make a dent in the problem. I was a teenager when the worst effects of global warming were realized. I was ignorant, and I wasn't alone. Back then, the answers were simple, we could just look out the window, sit on our rocks and forget about it. That is how I was taught, and it worked for me. I had a wonderful summer, the entire family was completely oblivious to what was going on around them, and they were happy. It was a slow period for me. But as time went on, it got worse, and worse, until there was a real fear that we were going to be at the mercy of the changing weather. That fear is still there, and it's the reason I didn't bother with the subject for so long. But now, my fear has come true. It's not that I've forgotten what it was like, it's that it's worse. I have to go back to that summer again, and I will be watching this film, watching it for the knowledge that it was once possible, and now it's more likely than ever that it will happen. It's not easy to let go of the world that we loved, but that doesn't mean we have to be indifferent to it. The very next moment you know that there is going to be more of this, it's much easier to deal with. And that's the real message of this film, to understand that if we don't take action now, and fight to keep the earth we know, we won't be around much longer. The only thing that will stop the next global catastrophe is a sense of urgency. But what we need is a level of awareness that is not just limited to people who live in the Midwest, but of all people. It's the difference between watching a documentary and listening to a talk show. I like documentaries, I love them, and this is a very good one, but I have to say that I didn't feel much connected to the subjects that were in it. It was more like reading a book and then listening to a talk show. That's a very good thing, but it's something that is much harder to do in a documentary. I hope that this film will do the same thing for people who don't live in the Midwest, because if we don't see this coming, it's going to be very difficult to deal with. The climate is changing, and we can't wait to see what the effects are going to be. I also think that it's important to use your personal experience and experience in life to help us prepare for the future. I'm a freshman at a Christian college, and I can say that I've seen firsthand the effects of global warming, and I'm not the only one. The fact that so many people who grew up in the Midwest can look back at their childhood and say that the climate they grew up in was worse than what they saw is just one example of the damage that is being done to our planet. We're a nation of climate change deniers, and we need to get off our butts and start thinking about what is happening to our planet. And it's not just the Midwest, it's everywhere. It's the one thing we can all do to stop the world from becoming a nightmare.

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This documentary was so powerful that it has made me rethink my view on climate change. While I am not convinced that global warming is a serious issue, I think it is something worth fighting for. I feel that the message of this film is clear: If you want to make a change, take action and don't let the fear and doubt of others drive you away. Climate change is something we can all change with our actions, but we can't change it on our own. It's not that the government can't do anything to stop global warming, but it is the people's responsibility. The film's message resonates so strongly with me, and I encourage everyone to watch it. I hope that everyone who is interested in climate change, and is willing to work for it, can learn from this film. I think it is one of the best climate documentaries ever made.

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I am so proud to have the opportunity to talk to a journalist that is so capable and talented, and I have the privilege to thank him and all the others involved in this film for putting this documentary on the front page of the internet. I also want to congratulate all the people involved in the making of this film, especially Jake and his team. The concept for this film has always been mine, and I have been involved in all of the details of this documentary. I am so proud to be part of it and I hope that everyone can take something from it. I am not a climate activist, but I have been a proponent of this cause. I am not against the science of climate change, but I am against the way the world has been treating it. And I am going to make sure that my voice is heard. I am going to continue to promote this documentary as I have been doing so throughout the year, and I will keep working hard to make sure that this documentary is seen by as many people as possible. Thank you for this wonderful film, and thank you for your courage to be the voice of the many people that need to be heard. Thank you for this wonderful film and thank you for the inspiration that it has given me.

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Emma R.

This is a very well-done documentary. It's about the "Moral Compass" that runs through the entire film, and it's one that's not meant to be taken literally. It's just one of the many voices, ideas, and perspectives we should all have. It's not meant to be an indictment of the climate movement or the planet. It's just a place to begin, a place to begin, and a place to end. It is a good movie. It's not meant to be an effective or entertaining documentary. It's meant to inspire, and it's a good one. It's good to see how the documentary has changed my view of climate change, and it's good to see that it's being watched and discussed. It's great to see that there are so many people who are seeing the truth, that it's being discussed and discussed. It's a good movie.

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Climatologists have not been as successful as they should have been in understanding how our climate system works, and how global warming could affect the future of the planet. This documentary is a valuable contribution to the scientific community. It provides an in-depth explanation of climate change and provides a real perspective on how it is affecting our world. I believe that people should see this film and understand that it is very important that we understand how our world is affected by climate change. In particular, I strongly recommend seeing this film because of its content and also because of the importance of protecting our future.

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Christina Morris

The subjects of this documentary, narrated by Richard Linklater, are L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and California Governor Jerry Brown. The two men are in the midst of a battle to protect the local people from the new oil development in the Santa Barbara Channel, and to manage their own resources. One of the most poignant and disturbing segments concerns the safety of California's drinking water. This documentary is not so much a documentary as a critique of how government is using the resources we give to it. The presenters do a good job of highlighting the ecological problems. The second half of the film is devoted to the economic implications of the oil boom. The film is a fairly straight forward presentation of the implications of the oil boom on the people who live in the area. The most interesting part of the film is the explanation of what is wrong with this production, and the potential solutions. These are very accessible to anyone who wants to learn more about the industry. If you are looking for a more complete view of the issue, I recommend looking at the documentary "The Big Oil Scare" by Jason Zengerle.

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Bruce Medina

I've seen this documentary many times. It's the first documentary I ever saw about the future of our planet, and it left a profound impression on me. The documentary was powerful and powerful. The atmosphere of the film was reminiscent of the atmosphere of the book. I think the "how to let go of the world and love all the things" part is what makes this documentary so powerful. The point of the documentary is that we should feel and act to protect our planet and all life in it. This documentary made me think and my mind turned to the future of our planet. The documentary is a must see for anyone. I think it's one of the best documentaries ever. I think the best documentary ever is also the one that makes you think.

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Linda Soto

This is a lovely documentary that shows you how people are reacting to the global warming threat, and how we are all part of the solution. What's so hard about climate change is that there is so much we can do to save ourselves from the ravages of global warming, like recycling, not wasting gasoline, and changing your light bulbs. The film is made by people who have a deep love of nature, who are trying to stop the destruction of the planet and its people, and who want to show that it's possible to do something about it. It has a very light hearted feel to it, but also has a deep and optimistic message. It's hard to say more without spoiling it for you, but it's a great film to watch over and over.

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Kathleen Bennett

What a beautiful film. This documentary is the most honest look I've ever seen at the climate. It's a lot of things, but mostly a powerful story of the future and how to get from here to there. This film is a must see for everyone.

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Anthony Miller

This film has a beautiful animation, with amazing landscapes, and a great voice-over. It's beautifully shot, and is a must see for anyone who wants to understand the consequences of the loss of the world. If you're not yet convinced, please go see this movie, and then consider yourself lucky. It's the kind of movie that I've grown to love. It's one of those rare movies that will make you want to go back and read the books and watch the other films. If you're not already convinced, go see it.

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I loved this film. It was the perfect combination of an environmental film and a human story. I felt for the characters and I felt for the people who have to live in this climate. I truly believed that the solutions that the people in the film were creating were just the tip of the iceberg. I think this is the type of film that makes you feel a connection with the characters and what they are going through. The film was also really beautiful and had a great message. I definitely recommend it.

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I know this may sound crazy, but i have never been to a conference where the entire audience just walked out. The effect of this movie is very strong. I will never stop believing in climate change. People will be changed and they will feel that climate change is a major problem. If you haven't seen this movie, go see it. You will not be disappointed. If you haven't seen it, go see it.

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Ann Olson

I have been a proponent of change for over 20 years now. I started my own NGO with my partner in 2003. This documentary will change people's lives for the better. The people that will benefit from this documentary will be those who live in the US and those who are involved with climate change. In a world with increasing unemployment, loss of job and financial hardships, it is truly a blessing to see that people are fighting for their right to live without worrying about their economic situation. We all should watch this film and learn from it. We can all learn from the experiences of the people in the documentary.

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Heather S.

Paint by Numbers and The Greatest Showman are two of the most entertaining films of the year. From the interviews with the director and actors, to the iconic poster for Paint by Numbers, this documentary is a fascinating look at how a seemingly mundane subject like climate change can transform our lives, especially for a director like Zemeckis. While a few viewers might find the movie slow or even dull, others may find it captivating and enthralling. The only issue is that this documentary is never really about climate change per se. It's more about the end of the world. This is a particularly relevant topic for me because I have two young kids, and when their first birthday arrives, my wife and I will be living in an apartment with no electricity, no water, no running water, and no phone. If climate change is such a serious issue for us, why would I want to bring them into this mess? For that matter, why would anyone want to bring a generation of kids into a world that has already gone through the greatest test of their lives? Zemeckis, of course, does not feel the need to say that climate change is a problem. The point of the documentary is to show us what life will be like for people living in that world if that changes, and Zemeckis is never really interested in saying that. Instead, the filmmaker wants us to feel bad for the people of the world because, as he says, we have lost our way.

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It's been a long time since I've seen a documentary on this subject. You get to hear the stories of a group of people who've lost their land and have been dealing with the effects of climate change for decades. It is truly heartbreaking to hear that these people will never be able to go back to the lands they once owned. Climate change has a devastating effect on people's health and future, but it's also devastating to the people who've lost their land and have to deal with the effects of climate change on their health. We are watching how the climate will affect the people who have been affected the most. We are watching how the people will have to adapt to the changes and how climate change will affect their health. It's a compelling and powerful documentary. I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about climate change and its effects.

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Brenda H.

This documentary was an eye-opener. It showed us what we are doing, or are supposed to be doing, on our planet. How we are screwing up the climate for our kids, for our children and for future generations. We are so focused on oil and gas production that we forget to think of the cost of the food, energy, water, etc. we are producing. We are spending way too much money and waste of time, money and energy. We have to change that. This movie is about a person's journey to let go of what he is doing and start taking some action to change the world.

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Patricia B.

This is a great documentary about climate change. We need to know what's going on. We need to stop polluting our atmosphere and stopping the oceans from warming. What we're doing now is the problem. It's why the polar ice caps are melting and why the oceans are rising. These are things we can do to fix the problem and fix our climate, but it's not going to happen in our lifetime. This documentary is well worth your time and I recommend it to everyone. You'll be glad you saw it.

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I am a witness to the effects of global warming and have witnessed how it affects us personally. I am hopeful that this documentary will help others to become more aware of the harm that is being done to our environment. I want to say thanks to all of those who helped me make this film and to all of those who have helped me spread the word about this important documentary. I hope this documentary will help us all to make the right choices in the future. It's worth every dollar and I will be forever grateful to all those involved in making this film. I can't wait to see how it affects the world.

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I really enjoyed this movie. I found it interesting and hopeful and inspiring. It was a good introduction to the story of this film. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the effects of climate change and how to live in a way that is healthy and safe.

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Charles N.

What a great movie. I didn't want to go to the movies this year. I was so glad I did. This movie is a lesson in how to let go of the world and love the things that are changing. I loved how the movie showed that our environment is changing and we are responsible for that. The people in the movie were amazing. I will never forget that they were so down to earth and real. The whole movie was a journey of self-discovery and I will always remember how it changed my life. I hope everyone that sees this movie will watch it and learn from it.

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Jonathan A.

This film does a wonderful job of presenting how we're being screwed by the current system. I hope that this film will open minds to the idea that a little bit of common sense can be applied to what is happening in our country. I don't believe this is a documentary. I believe it's a window into the reality of what's happening in our country. It's not "one-sided" or "political". It's not anti-capitalism. It's not anti-oil. It's not anti-oil companies. It's anti-corporate greed. It's not anti-jobs. It's anti-everything. The truth of what's going on in our country is so important. Let's not let anyone tell us what we can't see. Let's see what we can see and then let's stand up for what we believe in.

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Jordan C.

A very interesting documentary, although there is some very poor footage. However, the most important thing about this film is that it gets the message across that the big polluters, the oil companies, are responsible for the changes that are occurring. The fact that this film is still being made, as of last month, has to be a sign of hope. The media is starting to wake up to the fact that these changes are occurring, and there is a lot of information about it being released. The good news is that the information that is being released is not just limited to one side. There is a growing effort to get this message out. I think it's very important that people learn that they can have a big impact on the changes that are occurring. And that they can change things, and they can stop this process. The only thing that I don't like about this film is that I wish that they had spent more time showing us the effects of climate change. But that is a minor complaint, because there are a lot of really amazing things that are happening. And the fact that there are still people doing the right thing by changing their lifestyles is a testament to the power of human compassion. It's very difficult to go against a system when you can't even see what it is doing. There are so many positive things that can happen, and they need to be learned.

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Jacqueline B.

This is a wonderful movie, and a must see for anyone interested in climate change and its impacts. I think this movie really shows what the climate is doing to our children and their future. The children who see this film will never forget the days they used to have when their world was safe from the impacts of climate change. I have been seeing a lot of videos and pictures of extreme weather and the effects of climate change. This movie really shows how the climate affects our children. I recommend this movie to anyone who has an interest in climate change. I will be seeing this movie again and again.

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Sandra S.

I am not a scientist, but I do have an appreciation for this subject. As someone who is a science fiction lover, I am proud to have this film in my library. This film was absolutely amazing. It really brought me to tears. I felt very moved. The people that were involved in this film were also very moving. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who has a passion for climate change. This is a movie that everyone should see. It's not just a documentary, but a celebration of the power of the human spirit. It is a story of hope and commitment. I would like to see a sequel to this film. I think it would be an incredible story and a lesson to learn.

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Jesse K.

I've never seen a movie so heartwarming and uplifting as this one. It shows what a person is capable of when they stop believing in the beauty of what we have. And it also shows that we don't need to be so wrapped up in how we look. We need to start focusing on what we can do to change the world we live in. The movie was very inspiring. It showed that the beauty of this planet can still be found. This movie is so heart-wrenching and heart-touching and I'm really happy that I found it!

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Peter R.

One of the most powerful films I've ever seen. It truly explores the issues that climate change will bring about and how people can respond and the immense amount of support that will come from the general public. The film was shot in the picturesque landscapes of the Australian outback, with all the necessary shots to convey the location and the story's theme. The film was beautifully shot and scored, and truly captured the feelings of the people in the outback. The film does a fantastic job of showing the strong bond between humans and animals, the lack of fear of climate change, and the connection humans have with their planet. In my opinion, the film was a fantastic balance of factual facts, a personal opinion on the matter, and a message to people who don't want to see the world change, but still want to see the world change. I can not think of a better film to show the realities of climate change. It really brings a message of hope to people who don't believe in the solutions being offered by the climate change movement. It shows that there are still people who care about the environment and are willing to do whatever it takes to protect the planet. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who is willing to open their mind and listen to the message. It is truly inspirational and shows how we can make a difference in the world. I hope people will be able to see this film and really see the possibilities of the future that lies ahead.