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Not just another environmental movie about how we're killing our planet and ourselves, Craig Scott Rosebraugh's documentary focuses on the political manipulation of the debate, both nationally and around the world. It starts out, like many imitations of An Inconvenient Truth, with hackle-raising stories of communities eaten by wildfires and island nations swallowed by rising sea levels. But with animated infographics tying Koch Industries to just about every anti-EPA effort, Rosebraugh names the names of those in the anti-scientific community nurtured by FOX News and lobbyists. I was disappointed to see the filmmaker in front of the camera Spurlock-style, but I admired his covert crash of a shareholder's meeting for a big oil company. Condensed and to the point, the film gets its message out and includes a three-step guide on how to get involved.

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