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Gasland Part II

4.6 out of 5 stars 96 customer reviews

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GASLAND PART II is a provocative follow-up to filmmaker Josh Fox s award-winning feature debut GasLand. The new film continues to explore the controversial method of extracting natural gas and oil known as hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, arguing how dangerous the process is, and how pervasive the gas industry s influence on public policy has become. Tempered by Fox s trademark dark humor, the film shows how the stakes have been raised on all sides in one of the most divisive environmental issues facing our nation today. GASLAND PART II pierces prevailing myths by arguing how and why fracked wells leak over time, contaminating our water and air, hurting families and endangering the Earth s climate with methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. It also sheds light on the global consequences of fracking, as more and more countries are following the U.S. s lead in drilling for gas.

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Haunting and Provocative. --LA Times

A must watch for all the environmentally conscious. --Examiner

GASLAND PART II shows how much higher the stakes have grown in the battle over fracking since Josh Fox made its predecessor. --Grist

Product Details

  • Directors: Josh Fox
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: DOCURAMA
  • DVD Release Date: January 14, 2014
  • Run Time: 125 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FGVS0DM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,849 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I saw this film at a screening hosted by Clean Water for NC & Working Films' Reel Power and organized in conjunction with NCFrackFree, etc.
And it was moderated by banjo playin' Josh Fox himself.

I saw the film as tempered from the previous optics of flaming faucets and more attuned to the process of corporate infuence if not outright control of government. The path is greased for the drillers. And the wells are spreading like a pandemic. The property, climate, and toxicity risks from fracking are real and happening. We can live without gas but we can't live without affordable potable water.

The bottom line message is to organize and develop vocal mass citizen opposition before the need is apparent. Ultimately, politicians truly must heed majority demands of their voters to get/stay in office.

However, when the need to oppose fracking is obvious as mineral rights are bought and wells are drilled, the politicians are already in the pocket and the juggernaut is already unstoppable.

In the film we see the wells adjacent and startingly close to Josh's previously secluded home.
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We obtained a copy of this film from the Gasland people and showed it at our local library. Its is long (2 Hours) but almost everryone stayed to watch it in its entirety plus we gave a presentation at the end that went on for another hour. If you are sitting on the fence about this issue, this film makes clear how much the oil companies are in bed with our politicians, and how they are dictating to them the laws and regulations they do or do not want enacted
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I don't think we realize or want to let in the fact that the United States as a discrete nation no longer exists. Therefore the lives of individual persons and families, once regarded as "Americans" also no longer exist as entities comprising such a country. That kind of former nationalistic identity has given way to a global market where natural resources as well as people are regarded as commodities whose value is determined by the monetary rate or profit currently attached to them. Energy corporations have determined that the market value of natural gas will rise in this country as the demand increases and will increase exponentially in other markets such as Europe and Asia where energy prices are already many times that of the US. Anything or any persons who may get in the way of that process are mere impediments to be removed by any available means, be it sickness and death, immanent domain of their property, or being driven out of the way. We saw this happening in China and criticized their government as "communistic", "totalitarian", "inhuman", etc. while touting our "freedom" and self-determination. Thanks to Josh Fox for exposing the fact that individuals and individual lives matter little in the context of enormous power and financial resources.
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I just watched the full video and HIGHLY recommend it -- particularly in Pennsylvania where we are being bombarded -- at least once a month -- by realtors, lawyers and other "representatives" of assorted frackers wanting "rights" in exchange for $$$$. In a tight economy it is tough to resist such temptation, and more so with the barrage of "offers" flying to the mail box. I think anyone with more than 5 acres of land is seeing this "junk mail." However, as what's left of any economy in this nation deteriorates, more people are going to say at least "maybe" to their offers. It won't be perceived as "junk mail" when folks have dry bank accounts, and that's a major concern. Once the deals are signed, it's difficult if not impossible to stop it.

Tis better to get organized ahead of the game, and in certain areas that is STILL possible. Having this video's information is crucial. I suggest watching it with a pen/paper handy. Write down a few items for "review" with any who watch it with you. Doing a home screening with a dozen neighbors, and following it up with a discussion (hitting again the high points) will help cement the information for everyone. That makes it easier for them to talk to more people about it. And ANY organized opposition creates hesitation when someone is straddling the fence over an "offer" from the frackers. People who have community ties do not want their neighbors mad at them, and it is pretty simple to show angst over destroyed water.

Activism-wise, bring the subject up at rural "neighborhood watch" meetings. Maybe the "crime" in your area is more highly organized than the common druggies that eat up most crime-watch discussions.
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Such an informative film. I had no idea any of this was going on. Everyone should see it. The End
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An important film with great information, especially how bad ideas are marketed to the 'silent majority' to sell what is essentially harmful: fracking and its trail of environmental, climate and health damage. Give it a listen and consider the impact. If global warming (now titled climate change as the former title didn't work well) is a concern, then why are 2.5-3.0 million fracking wells permitted globally? All of them expel or permanently leak green house gases such as methane, well done Josh Fox!
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