HOME (2009)

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Director: Yann Arthus-Bertrand Producer: Luc Besson, Denis Carot Genre: Documentary / World Cinema Country: France Language: English / AR / CH / DE / EN / ES / FR / IT / PT / RO / RU subtitles The Earth is what we all have in common! Internationally renowned photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand makes his feature directorial debut with this environmentally conscious documentary produced by Luc Besson, and narrated by Glenn Close. Shot in 54 countries and 120 locations over 217 days, Home presents the many wonders of planet Earth from an entirely aerial perspective. As such, we are afforded the unique opportunity to witness our changing environment from an entirely new vantage point. In our 200,000 years on Earth, humanity has hopelessly upset Mother Nature's delicate balance. Some experts claim that we have less than ten years to change our patterns of consumption and reverse the trend before the damage is irreversible. Produced to inspire action and encourage thoughtful debate, Home poses the prospect that unless we act quickly, we risk losing the only home we may ever have. https://singulibrium.wordpress.com/

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  1. This video has some truth mixed in with the one world government agenda of its producers, A global government is like socialist communism, it sounds right and fair to the ear but in practice, it is an opportunity for evil tyrants to exploit and control the riches and people of the planet, the reason communism and global government does not work is because of the evil and corruption within the human heart, this video mention that mandatory rules from a world government are our only hope, it is better if we take our chances with our selves and give the mother of invention the chance to solve the future's problems, we cannot solve the problems of the future because we will guess wrong about what the will be, each generation inherits their present and has to deal with its reality, giving power over us to a global government will not only threaten our present peace and freedom but also that of the future of the future.
  2. well... It gives you something to think about ha..
  3. Fantastic documentary. Interesting to see how 8 years after this was made, the problems discussed are still occurring and getting worse. How can people ignore or choose not to see what is happening right before their eyes. Climate change is real and needs to be recognized and met with realistic solutions. The greed and selfishness of this and the past few generations is disturbing.
  4. ...and it is flat
  5. Beautiful documetary!
  6. Am I supposed to feel guilty because I am a HUMAN BEING??? NOT!
  7. nice documentary. make me depress about the future of the planet. we need to start doing something.
  8. We have watched this video on our IB Geography classes and I was truly amazed by the scenes and the moderator.
    Impeccable!
  9. 👎🏼
  10. Earth is exploited by humans greed for so many years.
    Money, money, money..
    Power, power, power...
    Ironically this movie is sponsored by most polluting and earth exploiting companies in the world.
    Saying that humans are problems here, instead of way of managing and living on the planet.
  11. We have not inherited the earth from our ancestors, we have only borrowed it from our children.
    ~ Ancient Proverb ~
  12. Earth is beautiful, but human beings don't appreciate what they have.. unfortunately, we are not even trying to save it from destruction. We don't stop logging, pollution, killing animals.. Nevertheless, as always, we will value it when it will be gone forever.
  13. Greed will kill The Planet! Stand up people before is to late! Like Greg Lake said on Epitaph... the fate of all mankind I see is in the hands of fools.
  14. Can you please share the .srt files for this movie, I am translating it in our local language and it will help me to time it exactly as in this video. Thanks in advance!
  15. I appreciate the video
  16. i don't get, are there different versions of Home?

    One is a narrative by the photographer, biographically-based, with the critics toward non-sustainable business that devastates the nature. As orangeries for Europe in Africa that demolish the local eco-systems.
  17. Thank you very much!
  18. vill dö


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