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"An Inconvenient Truth" and Global Warming
This paper discusses the documentary film "An Inconvenient Truth," presented by Al Gore.
# 104302 | 2,030 words | 1 source | APA | 2008 | US


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Description:

The paper is of the opinion that "An Inconvenient Truth" is an excellent film, primarily because it manages to get its message across. The paper relates the main message of the movie, that global warming is real, that humans play a significant role and if we continue to neglect what is happening, the future could bring catastrophe on a global scale. The paper discusses how and why global warming has become a political issue.

From the Paper:

"The film chosen for the analysis is "An Inconvenient Truth". This is a documentary film made in 2006, directed by Davis Guggenheim and presented by Al Gore, the former Vice-President of USA and a US presidential Candidate. The film deals about global warming and climate change and it presents and explains to the public a crisis that impacts and will impact us all. This film, although not a Canadian production, was chosen for several reasons. First climate change and global warming is a global issue, affecting all people on Earth, regardless of their nationality, religion or social status. It is also a Canadian issue because Canada is a part of this global community but it also a Canadian issue because of very specific environment in the north of this country."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • An Inconvenient Truth. Dir. Davis Guggenheim. 2006. DVD. Paramount Home Video, 2007

Cite this Film Review:

APA Format

"An Inconvenient Truth" and Global Warming (2008, June 09) Retrieved September 18, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/film-review/an-inconvenient-truth-and-global-warming-104302/

MLA Format

""An Inconvenient Truth" and Global Warming" 09 June 2008. Web. 18 September. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/film-review/an-inconvenient-truth-and-global-warming-104302/>

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