Using his celebrity status to draw attention to the problem of global warming, one of the most important and pressing issues of our time, actor and United Nations Messenger of Peace, Leonardo DiCaprio, travels the globe to witness firsthand the effects of an impending environmental disaster. By visiting ancient melting glaciers and levelled Indonesian tropical forests, DiCaprio unearths an urgent situation and the world's dependence on fossil fuels, going as far as to visit President Obama himself for an in-depth interview. But, can this crusade inspire the climate-change deniers?Written by
Leonardo DiCaprio, who is a committed environmentalist, was designated in 2014 as UN messenger of Peace with special focus on Climate Change by UN president Ki-moon Ban. See more »
My first visual memories are of this framed poster above my crib. I'd stare at it every night before I went to bed. My father was an underground comic distributor.
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A honest one. about a picture. and about the chance to become dark reality. sure, about the theme are many cobtroverses. but this film is not propaganda, is not a lesson. only a warning aboout greed, planet, people, meetings as first step to a common cause. and Leonardo di Caprio is a real good lawer. because he trust in his pledge for a fundamental cchange of habits, perspective, measures, hope. it is a struggle and the difference by conferences of Al Gore, magazines articles or demonstrations is than the climate changing is your problem. this is the basic virtue of this documentary - to have, as the only partner yourself. and the most significant to see it. again.
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