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Lengthy, but also very inspiring documentary, worth the investment in time
Documentaries about change for a sustainable future come in all kinds and shapes. Often they start with doom and gloom images of what lies in store if we don't mend our way toward sustainable behaviour, with a closing 'happy chapter'. Nothing like this in Demain / Tomorrow. It's overall tone is realistically-optimistic, showing a 5-themed search for examples of projects and persons trying to put into practice what needs to be done to ensure a resilient future for all of us. Especially its common-sense attitude helps the viewer to relate easily to the (young) film makers. It is quite lengthy (118 minutes), but absolutely worth your time. The score is well-chosen,with some appropriate texts songs by talented Swedish jazz/pop singer Fredrika Stahl.
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