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An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power is a movie starring Al Gore, Cory Booker, and George W. Bush. A decade after An Inconvenient Truth (2006) brought climate change to the heart of popular culture, the follow-up shows just how...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Jon Shenk, Bonni Cohen
Starring
Bill Clinton, Al Gore, George W. Bush, Cory Booker

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Jon Shenk, Bonni Cohen
Writer Al Gore
Stars Bill Clinton, Al Gore, George W. Bush, Cory Booker
Country USA
Also Known As La Verdad Incómoda 2, Una verdad incómoda 2, Una verdad muy incómoda: Ahora o nunca, En ubehagelig oppfølger, En obekväm uppföljare, Immer noch eine unbequeme Wahrheit: Unsere Zeit läuft, La verdad incómoda 2, Eine unbequeme Fortsetzung: Der Stand der Dinge, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power, O continuare incomoda: Putere si adevar, Kellemetlen igazság 2, Uma Verdade Mais Inconveniente, Niewygodna prawda 2, Uygunsuz Gerçek 2, En ubekvem sandhed 2, An Inconvenient Truth 2, Una scomoda verità 2, Emmet matrida yoter, 不願面對的真相2, Uma Sequela Inconveniente: A Verdade ao Poder, 不都合な真実2 放置された地球, Une suite qui dérange: le temps de l'action
Runtime 1 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A sequel to The Inconvenient Truth, the follow-up documentary addresses the progress made to tackle the problem of climate change and Al Gore's global efforts to persuade governmental leaders to invest in renewable energy, culminating in the landmark signing of 2016's Paris Climate Agreement.

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Sunday, 12 Apr 2020 17:23

This is an excellent documentary, much better than any of the other climate change films we have been subjected to. It is not about the weather. It is about how the people who know about global warming are threatened by those who don't. As with the other climate change films, it is extremely informative. The film starts out with a sobering and upsetting presentation of the effects of global warming and concludes with a report card for the level of damage that has been done to the planet. As this film continues, it begins to demonstrate that those who have been most affected by global warming are those who work on global warming programs. The documentary presents several interviews with individuals who work on global warming programs and those who work on climate change programs. Those interviewed give the viewer an idea of the types of work they do, and what their professional responsibilities are. The interviews were conducted in 2007. It is important to remember that these interviews were done at the time the global warming agenda was being created. The film focuses on one program in particular, the Global Warming Program at the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. This program is the only program of its kind that produces a comprehensive global warming report card. This program uses the input of experts and scientists who study global warming. The results of this program are presented in a very accessible and professional manner. The film also includes some interviews with individuals from other parts of the world, and a few from the U.S. The interviews with other countries focus on the importance of collaboration between nations to combat global warming. This film is a must see for anyone who wants to learn more about the global warming agenda. I have given this film a 10 rating. If you have not seen it, do yourself a favor and see it.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 21:30

Why are people still using water bottles to carry water to the beach. It is a simple matter of "one man's trash is another man's treasure". What really happens is the government uses the good intentions of the common people as the justification for their power. When it comes to the US, the poor do not see a difference between their "public" and "private" property. When it comes to the food the government buys, people are not allowed to vote for their own greed. This is what the Tea Party is all about. Do not trust the government. Do not trust the people. They may think that you are rich, but they do not know what you are really worth. Vote with your dollar. Then they will know you. Vote against the Tea Party. Vote with your dollars. This movie is a must see for everyone. It is very powerful and informative. People need to know that their government is using them to accomplish their own selfish agenda. What this movie does is tell the American people to realize that their government is not the most important person in the world. They are the ones that decide who lives and who dies. They are the ones that do not understand the meaning of democracy. We have all been brainwashed. We have been trained to believe that we are the masters of our own lives and we are the rulers of the world. We are the ones that determine what we eat and how we are treated by the world. We are the ones that are in charge of what we are allowed to eat, and how we are treated by the world. This movie is a must see. I suggest everyone to see it. I believe that the American people have a duty to warn them of the dangers that they are in. When you watch this movie, remember the message. It is very powerful and very good. Watch it now!
Thursday, 26 Mar 2020 06:05

A long, long time ago, when Richard Nixon was running for President, a far more inspiring topic was going to be discussed than one man. It was "big oil", it was "the war on drugs" or it was "nuclear disarmament". Of course, Richard Nixon wouldn't even mention it. Maybe that's the reason why this documentary has been considered one of the best ever. The main reason why the topic has been so successful is that it shows the consequences of "politics as usual", even if it's a ridiculous notion in some ways. It shows that the way the "corporate lobby" uses every method to undermine any type of action they don't like, which could be anything, could have been talked about for a while but was never discussed, is still more and more obvious. The documentary explains why this issue is so important and why the things we're talking about, the "War on Drugs" is so important. It's simply because the industry controls every government and they can make any decision they want, even if it's wrong, because it's their own money that makes the decisions and they control the whole system. The "war on drugs" is just a tiny part of the whole problem and this documentary shows the consequences. This is not a documentary for politicians, although it could be discussed about them. The documentary is simply a very good way to explain a topic that could have been talked about, discussed and even discussed very well, for a long time, but is still only talked about because it is talked about, by people that were not politically connected. The most important thing in the film is that it gives the fact of what happened to a former President. The "war on drugs" has made the biggest difference in the world, but it wasn't the biggest. It's the question of what can happen in a world that is controlled by a handful of companies that have power and influence over everyone and everyone else, and all their problems can be solved by the ones that control the entire world. And it's still happening in the world, even in a dictatorship. This documentary is really good. It is certainly more inspiring than the recent documentary "The Bush family and the election of George W. Bush", which is great, but it's still more controversial than this one, and is even more convincing. The film is very good. It's a good documentary about the topic and it gives a realistic view of what it's like in a system where everything is controlled and everyone is afraid to say anything about what they are afraid to talk about. It's really important to show the reasons why it's so important to change things, because otherwise we're just talking about the same problems, just in different ways. The most important thing is that the people involved in the "war on drugs" know that it's not their problem, because they don't have any problems themselves, but it's the problem of the ones that control the world and are afraid to talk about what they want. This documentary is definitely a great documentary. It's informative and it's inspiring. It gives a great story of how things have been changed, but it also gives a good overview of what is really going on. It gives a very clear and realistic view of what is really going on and the things that have been changed in a very good way. It's an excellent documentary and it's very good to see. I really recommend this documentary. It's very good and it's very interesting. This documentary is certainly one of the best documentaries ever.


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