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Changing Climates, Changing Times (2008)

Not Rated | | Drama, Fantasy | TV Movie 4 February 2009
Year 2060. Climate predictions made at the beginning of the 21st century have turned out to be dramatically true: global warming of the Earth's atmosphere now has serious consequences on the every day lives of our grandchildren.

Director:

Marion Milne

Writer:

Philippe Dussau
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nancy Tate Nancy Tate ... Julia Peyrefitte
Tantoo Cardinal ... Grace Lajoie
Vernon Dobtcheff ... Lucas
David La Haye ... Niels Meister (as David Lahaye)
Charles Mnene Charles Mnene ... Idri M'nati
Carrie Colak Carrie Colak ... Lotte Meister
Lucie Jeanne Lucie Jeanne ... Lucie Peyrefitte
Denver Isaac ... Faouzi Traore
Judith Buchan Judith Buchan ... Lotte's Neighbour
Eric Connor Eric Connor ... Lucie's Husband
Karen Bryson ... Idri's Mother
Mohamed Farsane Mohamed Farsane ... Old Man
Joe Norman Shaw ... Mitch
Christopher Olusoji Christopher Olusoji ... Rejected Man
Fernand Chamboncel Fernand Chamboncel ... Screening Center Official
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Year 2060. Climate predictions made at the beginning of the 21st century have turned out to be dramatically true: global warming of the Earth's atmosphere now has serious consequences on the every day lives of our grandchildren.

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Drama | Fantasy

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Not Rated
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Country:

France | Canada | Greece

Language:

English | French | German

Release Date:

4 February 2009 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

2075: Il clima che verrà See more »

Filming Locations:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada See more »

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Color
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Rare Rubbish
17 January 2010 | by Michael KerjmanSee all my reviews

It is 2075.

World is warming.

Africa is melting.

The strongest make it to the North of a continent in a local detention camp run by the White Hi-Tech Man of Steel (memento Australia's Howard Pacific Solution) for being just meticulously selected with modern-cattle-selection-techniques to slave in France on temporary working visas.

Europeans are kind to the Africans (in screened France surely) by not only offering a permanent job to a young African refugee but even having a more intimate hidden agenda-not a wonder, bearing a recent North Ireland premier-minister wife's an underage sex-affair (as one could figure out from the media, lust ceased-and so did a husband's post, following up).

Both France/French Canada and any African from a deserted hell of a third world speak English (and read/write surely) much better than native speakers used already to playing electronic gadgets only instead developing own brain at schools.

This produce is based on delusions of the United Nations Panel on Climate Change to illustrate its prophesies being some time ago awarded with the Nobel Prize and, if even placed in a sci-fi section, hardly has been even near-realistic in 2075 as Stanley Kubrick's "Space Odyssey-2001" in 2001, at least because even an Afro-European intercontinental link-in-progress is a railway tunnel project, not an upper surface bridge connection presented by movie makers.


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