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Critic Reviews for Home
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.
With everything glimpsed at a comfortable overhead distance, our planet becomes so much eye candy for the Nat Geo set.
Unable to recognize how sufficient the visuals themselves are, its music gets increasingly over-dramatic, epic-like.
Less interesting as a feature-length movie than it is as a filmmaking and distribution experiment
Audience Reviews for Home
Yann Arthus-Bertrand is one of the few photographers who knows how to make the best shot... every time! His camera work in this film is unreal. We have very little time to change and the majority is still not aware of that. When 20% of the world's population consumes 80% of it's resources, the world spends 12 times more on military expenditures than on aid to developing countries and 5000 people a day die because of dirty drinking water - it's time to wake up! And this movie is a great tool to create that awareness.
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