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A documentary that declares the gas industry's portrayal of natural gas as a clean and safe alternative to oil is a myth, and that fracked wells inevitably leak over time, contaminating... See more »

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Al Armendariz ...
Himself - EPA Regional Administrator (archiveFootage)
Kindra Arnesen ...
Herself
Lon Burnam ...
Himself - Texas 90th District (as Rep. Lon Burnam)
Lois Capps ...
Herself - Congresswoman, California
Ben Cardin ...
Himself - Senator, Maryland (as Sen. Ben Cardin)
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Himself (archiveFootage)
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Herself (archiveFootage) (as Hillary Rodham Clinton)
Dirk Detruck ...
Himself
Chaka Fattah ...
Himself - Congressman, Pennsylvania
John Fenton ...
Himself
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Himself - Narrator
Jeremiah Gee ...
Himself - Tioga County, PA
John Hanger ...
Himself - PA DEP (archiveFootage) (as Sec. John Hanger)
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Himself - Congressman, New York
Rush Holt ...
Himself - Congressman, New Jersey
Bob Howarth ...
Himself - Professor of Ecology and Environmental Biology, Cornell University
Drew Hutton ...
Himself - Co-founder, Green Party
Tony Ingraffea ...
Himself - Professor of Engineering, Cornell University
Lisa P. Jackson ...
Herself - EPA Administrator (as Lisa Jackson)
Mark Jacobson ...
Himself - Director, Atmosphere / Energy Program, Stanford University
Dennis Kucinich ...
Himself - Congressman, Ohio
Lewis Meeks ...
Himself
Brad Miller ...
Himself - Congressman, North Carolina
Martin Niverth ...
Himself - Conservation Commissioner, Greene County, PA
Billy Nungesser ...
Himself - Plaquemines Parish President
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Himself (archiveFootage)
Naomi Oreskes ...
Herself - Author, Merchants of Doubt
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Himself - Director, Who Killed the Electric Car
Frank Pallone ...
Himself - Congressman, New Jersey
T. Boone Pickens ...
Himself (archiveFootage)
Dayne Pratzky ...
Himself
Tom Ridge ...
Himself (archiveFootage)
Deborah Rogers ...
Herself - Financial analyst
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Himself (archiveFootage)
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Himself (archiveFootage)
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Himself (archiveFootage)
Doug Shields ...
Himself - City Councilman, Pittsburgh, PA
Lance Simmens ...
Himself - Liasion to Governor Rendell for Intergovernmental Affairs
Wilma Subra ...
Herself - Chemist, MacArthur (Genius Award) Recipient
Victoria Switzer ...
Herself
Calvin Tillman ...
Himself - Mayor, Dish Texas

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Josh Fox

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Josh Fox ... ()

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Trish Adlesic ... producer
Josh Fox ... producer
Deborah Wallace ... producer

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Matthew Sanchez

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Matthew Sanchez

Editorial Department

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Geeta Gandbhir ... additional editor
Jenny Golden ... additional editor
Katie Hinsen ... on-line editor
Greg King ... additional editor
Daniel K. Nolan ... assistant editor (as Dan Nolan)
Matt Rigby ... assistant editor
Jeanne Sison ... digital intermediate post producer
Laure Sullivan ... additional editor
Alex Tyson ... assistant editor

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Sarah Brady Stack ... production assistant

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Eric Milano ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor

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Josh Fox ... camera operator
Matthew Sanchez ... camera operator
Alex Tyson ... camera operator

Music Department

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Susan Jacobs ... music supervisor

Other crew

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Slater Brauns ... post production accountant
Michael Donaldson ... clearance counsel
Liz Gallagher ... assistant to the producer
Justin Morris ... production accountant
Daniel K. Nolan ... production assistant (as Dan Nolan)
Chris Perez ... clearance counsel
Alice Quinn ... assitant to producers

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Nathan Truesdell ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

A documentary that declares the gas industry's portrayal of natural gas as a clean and safe alternative to oil is a myth, and that fracked wells inevitably leak over time, contaminating water and air, hurting families, and endangering the earth's climate with the potent greenhouse gas methane. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • La tierra del gas, parte II (Spain)
  • Газовая страна 2 (Russia)
  • Terra do Gás: Parte 2 (Brazil)
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  • 125 min
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