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I caught up very late with this documentary but it was worth it. This is one of those documentaries that makes you think. I could not believe the references made to Greenpeace and it's administration. we always think of Greenpeace as a earth-friendly organization but the picture painted in the film is totally opposite, I tried to look up if Greenpeace has answered any of the references or commented on the code of practice mentioned in the film but did not find any. We are eating our planet alive and greed has already conquered every part of our lives. Humans needs to know NOW that there is no U-turn on the road we are headed.
I watched End:Civ in February at the screening in Eugene, OR. When i heard about this documentary i was really impressed by the cast and the idea to see a movie about Derrick Jensen's Endgame books. However, the overall editing and style is really annoying. The first 5 minutes look like early 90's MTV videos, with constant zooming and layer effects over interview audio. The stock footage as well as the humorous remarks, such as the Pulp Fiction scene, don't really fit to the subject at all. The interviews are good and interesting, as well as the cast. If you are really really interested you should watch this, but i'd recommend reading the books instead.
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