CYRIL DION | FRANCE | ENGLISH, FRENCH | 2021 | 105 MIN
Part of Green Screen: Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival
When Time named Greta Thunberg its annual Person of the Year in 2019, it was just the beginning for 16-year-olds Bella and Vipulan. Thunberg had sounded the alarm, but the teens were not satisfied with the lack of response in their home countries of England and France, and immediately began taking matters into their own hands. The two eloquent and compassionate (yet stubborn) teens take to the floors of Europe’s frantic parliaments and to the trash-ridden shores of Costa Rica to discover how humanity can stop being a poison and potentially be an antidote for Mother Nature’s existential crisis. Documentarian and activist Cyril Dion intimately captures the teens at their most confrontational and introspective as they scour the earth connecting with activists, scientists, and thinkers in their quest to save the world.
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