The Great Warming


Release Date: November 3, 2006

Status: Released

Running time: 1h 25m

Content Rating: NR

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We are living at the dawn of a new epoch. Year by year, degree by degree, Earth is growing warmer... a legacy of the Industrial Revolution, population growth, and our addiction to technology, speed and power. Just as other generations spoke of a Great Plague and a Great Depression, our children will be compelled to endure The Great Warming - and find a way to conquer its consequences. Filmed in eight countries on four continents, endorsed by dozens of the world's leading scientists, this is the most factually accurate, visually stunning and wide-ranging production ever mounted about this complex, fascinating subject.

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The Great Warming is a 2006 documentary film directed by Michael Taylor. The film was hosted by Alanis Morissette and Keanu Reeves and even before its November 3, 2006, première helped establish an alliance between Democrats and Evangelicals trying to shake the administration out of its inertia on Climate change mitigation.Theatre giant Regal Cinemas released the film in 34 markets on the weekend of November 4 to 5, 2006. A special program was developed for faith communities, and the film was distributed to over 500 churches, synagogs and mosques across the US.

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