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How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change is a movie starring Lester Brown, Ella Chou, and Tim DeChristopher. Documentarian Josh Fox ("Gasland") travels the globe to meet with global climate change...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Josh Fox
Starring
Tim DeChristopher, Ella Chou, Wu Di, Lester Brown

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Josh Fox
Writer Josh Fox
Stars Tim DeChristopher, Ella Chou, Wu Di, Lester Brown
Country USA
Also Known As How to Let Go of the World: and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change
Runtime 2 h 7 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 Documentarian Josh Fox ("Gasland") travels the globe to meet with global climate change "warriors" who are committed to reversing the tide of global warming. Funny and tragic, inspiring and enlightening, the film examines the intricately woven forces that threaten the stability of the planet and the lives of its inhabitants.

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Friday, 03 Jul 2020 11:58

In this moving, wonderful and thought provoking documentary, photographer and filmmaker, Andy Warhol makes an important and lasting statement in his film "Let's Face It: Climate Change and American Art". Warhol's obsession with the shape of the future, of the world he wanted to create and the way things would look and be lived in the future is the reason this documentary is so powerful and unforgettable. Warhol's life is discussed in this film and in its entirety, from his birth, to his death, to his ashes in a private garden. Warhol has said that the film is a kind of archive of his life, and it does not disappoint in this respect. In fact, "Let's Face It" was shot in one night on an extremely low budget and also for only $12,000. Warhol had no film crew and only two assistants. The film was shot in the same location and with the same equipment as his film "Naked" (1942) and "Woman, Atom, Animal" (1943). Warhol, and his friends and acquaintances, make statements about the human condition and the way things can change. It is impossible to discuss the subject matter without mentioning the artist's latest works, "All of Me" and "Erotic Art". Warhol's works are really beautiful and are absolutely stunning. The film includes several interviews with Warhol's friends and acquaintances, along with many clips of Warhol's works and his public appearances. The interviews and clips are very powerful, and can be very moving. One interviewee interviewed was Susan Brownmiller, the co-founder of the Whitney Museum of American Art, who gave an emotional, powerful and informative interview about her time in the Whitney and Warhol's impact on her life. Warhol was a very important artist and has a tremendous impact on the art world. His works can be seen on the walls of art museums all over the world. Warhol's works are stunning, fascinating and controversial, and they are truly a unique phenomenon. The documentary has the ability to inspire and give hope to people who do not agree with the present and future of the human race. This documentary, like all Warhol's works, will be talked about for generations to come, and will definitely make an impact on people's views of the world. It is a masterpiece, and a powerful statement about the human condition.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 10:49

I do not disagree with all the points raised in the film. There is much more to it, but I must admit I was a bit caught up in the information I had been brought up to believe. I was curious to see how a highly educated person could truly believe that what the author had written. My curiosity grew with the further research I did on the topic. I learned that there are so many things the author could have been talking about. The energy, transportation, and production of water. The use of petroleum, the methods of transportation. The environmental impact of the energy industry. The role of industry in creating jobs. The role of consumer behavior and choices in contributing to global warming. The role of land and water management. All of these things and more are not covered in the film. I think the information is important and necessary to the world of climate change denial. But the information was not fully presented. There were too many points to discuss. I did not see the full implications of a large number of events. It was a bit overwhelming. It's like trying to watch the film while listening to a long podcast. I don't know if the filmmaker was trying to make the film "super fast" or "easy to follow." I did like the perspective of the director, who is a scientist. He emphasized the importance of science, technology, and research. He had a lot of information, but it was presented in a way that was easy to understand. I do believe there is an "anti-scientific climate denier" movement. It is the reason that I am not a fan of the world of climate change denial. I believe there are too many areas to discuss and too many points to discuss. I found the film, "Letting Go of the World and Loving All the Things Climate Can't Change," to be a good film for climate change deniers. I believe this film will help people of all backgrounds understand the science behind climate change. I believe that if enough people were educated about the science of climate change, we will be better able to answer the questions posed by the film.


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