The documentary follows Greta Thunberg, a teenage climate activist from Sweden, on her international crusade to get people to listen to scientists about the world's environmental problems.

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Nathan Grossman

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Hanna Lejonqvist (story consultant), Per K. Kirkegaard (story consultant) | 4 more credits »
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Greta Thunberg ... Self
Svante Thunberg Svante Thunberg ... Self
Niclas Svenningsen Niclas Svenningsen ... Self
António Guterres ... Self
Kyra Gantois Kyra Gantois ... Self
Adélaïde Charlier Adélaïde Charlier ... Self
Anuna De Wever Anuna De Wever ... Self
Emmanuel Macron ... Self
Jean-Claude Juncker ... Self
Arnold Schwarzenegger ... Self
John Bercow John Bercow ... Self
Pope Francis ... Self
Boris Herrmann Boris Herrmann ... Self
Malena Ernman ... Self
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jerome Foster II ... Self
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In August of 2018, Greta Thunberg, a 15-year-old student in Sweden starts a school strike for the climate. Her question for adults: if you don't care about her future on earth, why should she care about her future in school? Within months, her strike evolves into a global movement. Greta, a quiet East-European girl on the autism spectrum is now a world famous activist. The team behind Greta has been following the young activist from her very first day of school striking.

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One of the better documentaries I've watched in recent years.
13 November 2020 | by greg-goremykinSee all my reviews

My favourite part of this film is that it reserved judgment one way or another about the subject that they were covering so intimately, which must have been quite a tight-rope to walk, but they succeeding in this perfectly.

I don't usually comment on others' reviews, but I have to add that I suspect the vast majority of people giving this a 1/10 (a 1? Those aren't serious votes or Leni Riefenstahl's films would all get 1/10 if the only merit measured is the popularity of the subject matter, come on now) I would bet my left arm never watched this film at all, at most they have read synopses of parts some alt-right website found a hair to split with on Facebook or 8chan or wherever, and are basing their votes purely based on what their particular political cult tells them is bad or good.

So don't heed the low rating this gets on IMDb, this really is an emotionally engaging and insight film no matter whether you are someone who even doesn't believe man-made climate change is real. I watched this with one guy, an Engineer, who thinks climate change is actually due to environmental encroachment. the other one a QAnon-believing III%er, and we talked about the film for a good two hours afterward, which I think is a sign of a successful film in my books.


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Release Date:

13 November 2020 (USA) See more »

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$273,088
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