French climate change documentary
takes a different approach to its subject matter by not focusing on footage of natural disasters but explaining how interconnected our actions are in tackling the problem.
or years I had the feeling that we couldn’t really mobilize people in the right way because we were asking them to quit many things, like to quit eating meat, quit taking baths, and so on. It was not really efficient to make them move and act,” co-director Cyril Dion tells
. “I had the feeling that we needed some new vision for the future something that could emphasize the creativity and the energy of people. And if we could put it together in a new story for the future, maybe that would be more efficient than only showing the catastrophes.”
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