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This documentary was without a doubt, outstanding! It was informative and inspiring, with wonderful examples of cities and towns, schools, individuals who really are 'living what could/should be', not to mention the great soundtrack! It was almost a full theatre, and at the end, most of us stood up and clapped! This was in France (St Jean de Luz).
I'm going to suggest it to our cinema owner in Sechelt, BC. It is truly a Must See for anyone who is interested in joining conscientious individuals/communities who want to see us have a 'tomorrow' for our children!
* My question is, we want to see it in Canada, and I wonder ~ ASK ~ Why this documentary is not shown everywhere? in other countries?
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