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How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change 2016

TV-14 CC
5.0 out of 5 stars (8) IMDb 7.1/10

How to Let Go ... acknowledges that it may be too late to stop some of the worst consequences of climate change and asks, what is it that climate change can't destroy? What is so deep within us that no calamity can take it away?

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Josh Fox
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2 hours, 7 minutes

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Genres Documentary
Director Josh Fox
Starring Josh Fox
Studio Distribber
MPAA rating TV-14
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Silly me, I thought I was buying the DVD. Why? I've seen it twice now and I wanted to share the reality up front and personal with those who disbelieve. This is a powerful chronicle of now and the future of our planet. Oscar worthy,yes because it is a reality check for those deniers,
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Fantastic, feel-good movie--in spite of the fact that it looks directly into the crisis of climate collapse. Fox interviews and participates with various communities around the world who face imminent disaster; and he takes heart from their profoundly sane views of life and intelligent proposals for solutions to global problems. This film should be shown in schools around the country!
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I watched this twice. This should be shown in every elementary school, high school and institutions of higher education, with family, and friends. Mr. Fox breaks down eloquently how climate change is affecting us now and if we don't act, how it will destroy civilization in the not so distance future. So if you care about your children, your children's children, you have a choice of being a part of the problem or solution. We might not make it to the seventh generation if we don't hold ourselves, our gov't, and big oil accountable for our dependence on fossil fuel.
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Josh Fox is a brilliant young film maker. I gave this movie five stars because his ability to weave together issues of climate change with his own personal process and that of the folks he interviews is worth more than five stars. I never write reviews and I wouldn't judge the cinematography, the story line or the editing as unusually skillful but his forwarding thinking exists somewhere in the nine star region easily lifting the film making inadequacies to average out at five. To be sure the movie making is brilliant as well but for me falls closer to the four star region mostly due to a wee editing issue--it's too long.
I painted an oil painting three years ago that has come to represent the mourning of the future losses we're already going to insure coupled with the acceptance that this brings with the strength to keep up the good fight even if we lose. Josh Fox knows this feeling well and brings it to life on film. I hope many get this message and make it a part of their lives.
Thanks Josh!!!!
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