One Day On Earth (2012)
One Day on Earth is a grassroots film project that, once a year, captures the human experience in every country on earth on the same day. The first feature-length documentary film premiers on Earth Day, April 22, 2012 and will be screened in over 160 countries around the world. The documentary showcases the work of over 19,000 volunteer filmmakers - novice and professional -and sets a world record: the first movie to feature footage from every country in the world on the same day. -- (C) Official Site … More
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Critic Reviews for One Day On Earth
The overall impression is as fleeting as much of the imagery that flashes across the screen.
It all flies by, nothing sinks in, but the cumulative effect is somewhat overwhelming. How could it not be?
The film's 104 minutes ambitiously packs in a huge amount of evocative imagery that well conveys the diversity of life on the planet.
Too often, it is no more than a set of flashcards, with no feel for the images other than to note that it's Andorra or Burkina Faso or Tuvalu we're admiring.
Ultimately, a collage film is only as good as its constituent parts, and, with a few exceptions, the brief snippets from this particular day on earth are far too prosaic to be illuminating.
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