Thursday, June 18, 2009

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Please do spare some time to watch this amazing movie...and share it with others..


P.S. Its available in high definition format in youtube at http://www.youtube.com/homeproject and a better experience to watch it there...

P.P.S. Would have been great if it was accessible to our schools...

15 comments:

scorpiogenius said...

"This video is not available in you country due to copyright restrictions"

:weep: :weep:

scorpiogenius said...

Hey boss wait.. the link below is working :)

watching it now..Will comment in 1:33:18 hrs.. :)))

scorpiogenius said...

Fabulous documentary! stunning photography..

Thanks for sharing..:)

Ordinary Guy said...

absolutely astounding....

I just finished watching the one hour 30 mins video.....

brilliance at its very best!!!

Thanks for sharing

Karthik Sivaramakrishnan said...

hey Mathew, can you put an abstract? Thanks,

Biju said...
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Biju said...

Thanks Mathew for sharing. I've heard, seen, read lots but nothing like this before. We cannot do much but every little helps. Yes I agree with you that this SHOULD be shown in schools. The awareness will spread. Many countries including India are making efforts to change the world.

I did some reading on the creator of this movie Yann Arthus-Bertrand. I recommend you to see his TED talk early this year on youtube.

Here is the link to it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJxSRo564Dc

Karthik Sivaramakrishnan said...

ok, never mind, got abstract!

~==[[[ Abhi ]]]==~ said...

I too agree that this movie should be shown in schools. But i still feel better than this Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth was the best movie ever made about this cause! Who know's how much carbon was emitted with these overhead shots. I felt Al Gore did a simpler and much more effective job :)

Anonymous said...

I would also like to request you to watch An Inconvinient Truth and 11th Hour if u hvnt already......

kochuthresiamma p .j said...

video not opening - some copyright restrictions.

Devil Incarnate... said...

:(
"This video is not available in you country due to copyright restrictions"

Hari said...

I'd blogged about the documentary sometime back, when just the trailer was out. Yet to see it.

Copyright restriction error for me too. Guess I'll have to BitTorrent it. :-D

Even the trailer's so awe-inspiring. Dying to see the movie. I too will blog about it, once done! :)

P.S. I first thought this post was about your home-coming! :P

mathew said...

@all
sorry for the delay in replying to the comments..

@Karthik
there is lot of info on this here..
http://www.cleanenergy-project.de/2009/05/26/june-5-2009-a-date-with-our-planet/
http://www.unep.org/wed/2009/english/content/bertrand.asp

@Biju
thanks for that link..

@anon/Abhi
thank you..i havent had seen that though i read about it somewhere..

@KPJ/DI
i am not able to fix it..can you check the youtube link mentioned in the post..

Sakshi said...

I agree it's amazingly shot...loved it.