The 2011 film 'The Tree of Life' by Terrence Malick used some shots from 'Home' with permission. They appear during the creation scene and a few other sequences. See more »
In the facts section, the text for the 7th fact reads "Every year, 13 millions hectares of forest disappear." It should read million, not millions. See more »
The cost of our actions is high. Others pay the price without having been actively involved. I have seen refugee camps as big as cities,sprawling in the desert. How many men, women and children will be left by the wayside tomorrow? Must we always build walls to break the chain of human solidarity, separate peoples and protect the happiness of some from the misery of others?
It's too late to be a pessimist. I know that a single human can knock down every wall. It's too late to be a pessimist. ...
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Most Visually Stunning and Beautiful Movie You May Ever See
Perhaps it may seem that I overstate my appreciation for this movie. But, when you see the extraordinary compilation of beauty, work and effort that went into creating this work of ART, you may agree.
It focuses on the breathtaking gorgeousness of this singular planet we call Home.
Some may find this topic boring, repetitive, do-goody, tiresome... but trust me, this movie is BEYOND interesting and entertaining.
Some of the scenes are absolutely SURREAL in their beauty. There is one scene of people in a dump... how can such a scene hold so much impact and yet be so artfully gorgeous? I can't get that misty picture out of my mind, and it has compelled me to hope and work towards solutions. In a good way. Uplifted.
Question: How can a company (the one that sponsored the viewing of this movie) (Europa?) that thrives on promoting luxury and excess, care so much for the natural and inherent things of earth? It is true that such a company would cherish beauty and art... and the Earth is the most beauteous of all... perhaps when you've contributed to the downside, you grow and want to uplift, see things change for the good.
Whatever... this is one of the most beautiful documentaries ever made and EVERYONE should make the effort to SEE.
An extraordinary, unforgettable visual treat. For all time.
AFTER you see this movie, you MUST see FOOD INC. You MUST!
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