Avi Lewis’s fine-looking film purports to break from environmental documentary convention. Instead, it delivers another characterless prophecy that’s unlikely to inspire

Avi Lewis’s film about climate change, based on Naomi Klein’s book of the same name, opens with a confession from the author: “I’ve always kind of hated films about climate change”. She lists their faults: they’re boring, they’re presumptive, they always, always include shots of polar bears.

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Source: Guardian Environment