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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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Gymnopédie No.1
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A must watch - it's time we get the word out
15 November 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

An informative and interesting documentary with some big players. Interesting interviews, close to home but with a global perspective. As a society, we have not done enough to educate ourselves as our energy craving increases - we are all guilty of enjoying the pleasures. As a person who is concerned for our environmental future but also one who enjoys a "Convenient" and accessible lifestyle, I realize the importance of growth and business. Pulp and Paper and energy sectors have provided me and my family the lifestyle we enjoy - but perhaps at too much of a cost. This film makes you look at both sides of the equation and made me consider the simple changes I could make in my life to reduce my demand on energy. I realize I did not do enough to educate my children - and despite the efforts made by the school system, they are not very green. This film, leaves you a little down - realizing how wasteful we are but it also gives some hope - hope that we do not have to abandon the conveniences but by changing our attitudes and actions, we may just be able to alter our path to ensure sustainability.


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