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Divided into five chapters - agriculture, energy, economy, democracy, and education - this inspiring documentary gives us hope with non-Utopian, concrete local and global solutions to build a better world for tomorrow: Permaculture and local, organic agriculture, local currencies, circular economy, new modes of active democracy, a more social and human education... For once, I did not leave the cinema with a heavy feeling of impotency and doom after watching a documentary about climate change. The reason is that the film doesn't dwell on the problems that we face but rather on the solutions that we already have and that work.
The protagonists are both humble and great. Some are already famous (ex. Pierre Rabhi, Vandana Shiva)but they don't stand as heroes... they are just guides showing us new and innovative paths.
The soundtrack and the picture quality are bonuses.
Because we must and because we can :)
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