Home (2011)




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More than a film, HOME was conceived as a gift to the public and has been a major event all over the globe. Since World Environment Day, June 5, 2009, when it was released worldwide across all media platforms - theater, television, DVD and Internet - more than 400 million people have watched the 118- minute film. On the day of its release, free screenings took place across 5 continents. Today, the film has been translated into many languages, broadcast on numerous televisions channels and seen over 15 million times on YouTube. Now, for the first time ever, Yann Arthus-Bertrand is bringing this exceptional film to New York Seeing HOME on the "BIG SCREEN" is truly an astounding cinematic experience - a soulful voyage, a feast for the eyes, a thought-provoking and unforgettable journey. -- (C) Official Site
Documentary , Drama , Kids & Family
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Critic Reviews for Home

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (2)

Though there is little here for an informed person to take issue with, the film's well-intentioned preachiness is unlikely to win over those who favor Genesis and denial over climate science.

February 3, 2011
New York Times
Top Critic

With everything glimpsed at a comfortable overhead distance, our planet becomes so much eye candy for the Nat Geo set.

Full Review… | February 1, 2011
Village Voice
Top Critic

No excerpt available.

Full Review… | June 30, 2011
Flick Filosopher

Unable to recognize how sufficient the visuals themselves are, its music gets increasingly over-dramatic, epic-like.

Full Review… | February 7, 2011
Slant Magazine

Less interesting as a feature-length movie than it is as a filmmaking and distribution experiment

Full Review… | February 6, 2011
NYC Film Critic

Even scarred landscapes have a harsh beauty, suitable for framing.

Full Review… | February 3, 2011

Audience Reviews for Home


Kyle Meisch
Kyle Meisch

Super Reviewer


Beautiful imagery but it gets very repetitive, there is nothing new here, and Glenn Close's voice gets extremely annoying. unfortunatelly, just another environment documentary, and not a good one at that. feels more like an educational middle school video than a documentary.

Olga K
Olga K

Achingly beautiful cinematography and music underscores the destruction humans have inflicted upon the planet. Must watch! http://www.goodplanet.org

John H.
John H.

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