Directed by Guy Reid
Planetary presents a stunning visual portrait of our Earth, taking us on a journey across continents: from the African savannah to the Himalayas, and from the heart of Tokyo to the view of our fragile planet from orbit. Through intimate interviews with a diversity of people, from NASA astronauts and environmentalists to philosophers and Tibetan lamas, the film explores our shared future. It suggests that the key to transforming our civilisation lies in an understanding that all life is inseparably interconnected, and that we cannot change the world unless we change the way we see ourselves, our planet, and the wider cosmos we are embedded within.
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★★★★½ review by raroo on Letterboxd
This is a really great film that I think everyone should take the time to watch. The film explores how humans have lost their connection with the environment and have lost their sense of narrative towards the their place in the bigger scheme of things. I believe if you properly watch this film it will humble you but at the same time frightened you and yet still give you hope for the future. Our job here is to lay down the foundation not to solve the problem the environment will constantly be fluctuating it is the job of us to ensure future generations have a world to look forward to. “You have all these watches but you still have no time”
★★★½ review by Владимир Бабенко on Letterboxd
Я большой поклонник разного рода рефлексий, это одна из них. Для любителей позадавать себе вопросы: что, зачем, почему, когда и куда.
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