(I) (2009)

Critic Reviews



Based on 4 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
More mournful than alarmist, Arthus-Bertrand's film goes beyond global warming to look at life out of balance, through a lens darkly.
We certainly need all the ecological jeremiads we can get. But must they be so numbingly pedantic?
Village Voice
While Close's testimony is sufficiently terrifying, moving toward an apocalyptic vision of climate-change catastrophe, the urgency of her tone is belied by the placidity of the film's visuals.
The New York Times
We've heard it all before, if not in the schoolmarmish tones of Glenn Close, whose patronizing narration ("The earth is a miracle") makes the film feel almost as long as the life of its subject.

More Critic Reviews

See all external reviews for Home (2009) »

See also

Awards | FAQ | User Reviews | User Ratings | External Reviews | Message Board