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 »
At the end when it mention the filming locations, it says "Chili" (the French spelling), instead of "Chile". 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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Home delivers some of the most stunning photography of our planet I've ever seen. Really needs to be watched in HD to be be fully appreciated. Sweeping, glorious, rich shots of our planet, like we've never seen it before.
Even more powerful than that - the content of this documentary. The underlying message of Home really drilled home - no pun intended - how we're devouring this planet to hairs breadth of the point-of-no-return, after all "we've chosen survival over prospering". It is really quite scary watching the desperate facts this film delivers one-by-one.
At the same time, Home finishes in a upbeat manner. Home will definitely change the way I live my life - it's that powerful.
Go watch it.
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