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Peace Out seeks to engage those of us who do not connect our daily decisions with global land use issues. It focuses on the North Western Canadian wilderness, however the issues are ... See full summary »

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Peace Out seeks to engage those of us who do not connect our daily decisions with global land use issues. It focuses on the North Western Canadian wilderness, however the issues are universal. The film engages hydro and natural gas energy executives, oil company reps, nuclear spokesmen, scientists, academics and activists in an intelligent debate that leaves the viewer to decide. The film presents a beautiful, thought provoking look at a rapidly transforming landscape. Written by Anonymous

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Wake up call for anyone who loves their children
15 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

Peace Out is the kind of film that makes you want to be a better person

  • for your kids and your grandkids sake. Not just another


industry-bashing documentary about what's wrong with the world, Peace Out forces us to accept our role as the driving force behind energy development. The film basically asks us to choose our poison - major river valleys flooded for large hydro dams, nuclear power plants, expansion of the Alberta tar sands to allow the United States to step back from Middle Eastern oil, shale gas developments that forever remove fresh water from an increasingly thirsty planet. Or maybe there's another way. For the sake of those unborn children we already love, maybe we could just unplug.

Peace Out tells a regional story about a remote area of North America, but it's implications are far-reaching. The film is rich in interviews with well-respected experts in the fields of energy and ecology. It is an absolute must-see for everyone who isn't a card-carrying member of the Flat Earth Society. Watch it with friends, because you are going to need to go out for a drink and talk about it afterwards.


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