Before the Flood
Documentary • 2016 • 1 hr 33 min
That's exactly what everyone should watch and pay attention to. It is something that gets easily overlooked and ignored. But it's important.
Great documentary with very relevant questions
AMAZING and real. I love Leonardo Dicaprio
This movie really made me think. I enjoyed it quite a bit. Trent Reznor makes it even better.
A well made documentary with a clear and accomplished goal. Our planet is worth saving.
A good documentary that reminds us of what is important.
A must watch documentary on Global Warning and it's causes. Showcases the real reasons and effects of raise in temperature.
This is a documentary that I think everyone should watch, and amazing job from DiCaprio for spreading this kind of awareness.
Can't remember much about this 1 but I feel it's necessary and obligatory.
I mean-uou have to watch it regardless because the information is too important. More artsy than expected. Convinced me to stop eating beef.
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