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Sometimes I felt that the filmmaker kept his camera on a scene a little too long, but, know what?
Struck by the ways in which modern humanity has transformed Earth's landscape, he seeks out "the largest industrial incursions" he can find.
Beinchwal's documentary doesn't need to lecture because the visual evidence is so compelling and, ironically, so beautiful.
|Length: 2:15 Mins|
It was slow but a really big eye opener. This makes me think about how I can better myself and help our economy.Published 9 days ago by Corine
My review has nothing to do with the content of this video - Edward Burtynsky is an amazing artist and it's fascinating to watch him work. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Travis Wolf
it was so freaking boring, i felt like i died and came back to life. i would recommend not wasting your money on this!!!!!!!!Published 7 months ago by Jerry
Showing how we are each part of the problem, we can only hope that the damage halts and reverses. Although we all are to blame, the Chinese government is just awful.Published 8 months ago by john kennedy
from the factory in china to the recycling center. from the shipyard to shipbreaking beach. china, bangladesh, the 3 gorges dam. very interesting and insightful. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Noel Allen
"I think rather than present it as a polemic between right and wrong, I like the open ended nature that allows these photos to become discussion points. Read morePublished 14 months ago by C. Telenko