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Planet Re:think

2012 | 89 min

In collaboration with the European Environment Agency EEA and the UN Resource Panel, filmmaker Eskil Hardt travels across the globe, showing polluted mines in Canada and water pollution in India. With his commentary he restrains himself from doing so. Instead, he lets experts have their say and places the pictures and stories as well as their shocking effect on the viewer in the foreground. At the same time, the film also shows global approaches to the sustainable use of resources and presents people and projects that do not give up hope of preserving and saving the blue planet.

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