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In the end, "Tomorrow" is less a movie than a long public service announcement.
Cynicism gives way to admiration, and admiration can flare into inspiration.
A forward-thinking take on addressing the demise of the human race, the French documentary "Tomorrow" swaps the usual handwringing doomsday prophesizing in favor of a decidedly more proactive approach.
Its real triumph is its pervasive feeling of hope.
Tomorrow provides a comprehensive look at ways in which activists, organizers and everyday citizens are trying to make the world a better, greener, more sustainable place.
An advocacy film that's more vibrant than many movies with similar themes and focuses on some less common angles.
A heartening and needed antidote to the grim news on the environment and society is the documentary film Tomorrow.
Upbeat docu about fighting climate change, saving the world.
A documentary roundup of can-do solutions to avoid human extinction.
Well-edited, hopeful and insightful. It doesn't quite find the perfect balance between entertaining the audience and provoking them emotionally as well as intellectually, it comes close enough.
The documentary points out the directors' desperation for the world's current situation and the end of civilization as we know it. [Full review in Spanish]
Audiences from any culture should be able to learn from some of the potentially world-changing ideas paraded in this informative feature.
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