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Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch is a movie starring Alicia Vikander. Filmmakers travel to six continents and 20 countries to document the impact humans have made on the planet.

Other Titles
Antropocenas: zmogaus era, Anthropocène: L'époque humaine, Antropocen - människans epok, Antropocene - L'epoca umana, Antropocen: Epoka czlowieka
Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jennifer Baichwal, Edward Burtynsky, Nicholas de Pencier
Jennifer Baichwal
Alicia Vikander
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Filmmakers travel to six continents and 20 countries to document the impact humans have made on the planet.

Comments about documentary «Anthropocene: The Human Epoch» (8)

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Henry Hayes

There are only two things you need to know about the movie. One, it is not a documentary. It is a documentary. Two, it is the latest in a series of films about the rise and fall of civilizations and empires. In the end, the director is very much in love with the material. I've never seen a documentary that felt as gripping as this one. In the last few years, I've seen documentaries about the fall of the Roman Empire, the rise of the Spanish Armada, the fall of the Ottoman Empire, the collapse of the Soviet Union, the rise of Mao Zedong, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the fall of the Soviet Union itself. This film is a must-see. I could not take my eyes off of it. If you are a history buff or a film buff, you will love this movie.

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This is a very interesting documentary, with a very intelligent point of view. We learn a lot about the last 15,000 years of human history, from the beginnings of agriculture to the rise of civilization. The only problem with the movie is that it seems to be a very personal view of the subject, and the filmmaker is not very convincing in presenting a broad perspective. If I had to choose a point of view, I would probably say that this is an attempt to bring a social message to the public, with a focus on the environment and the human condition. I would say that the best approach would be to focus on the cultural and social changes of the past, and to be as objective as possible. Still, this is a very interesting documentary, and I recommend it.

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Tiffany S.

First of all, I have to say that I don't see why this documentary was given such a high rating. The footage is not great, and I felt like the film was going to be boring. But it did give me an interesting idea of what the future may be like. The people in the documentary were a lot different from the people I know and work with. This made me feel like I was in the film. They were people I would never even think to know, and yet, they were fascinating and had their own personality. I really hope that the next generation of people that are educated and become educated to the importance of the Anthropocene, will understand and be inspired by this documentary. This is a great film to show your friends about the importance of the Anthropocene and the importance of caring about the planet and the people living on it. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about what the future could be like.

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Kyle R.

This documentary focuses on a growing number of scientists who believe that man is changing the planet. As these scientists gather together, they try to figure out why, and what the implications are. The film shows the incredible things that scientists are doing to try to figure out the cause of climate change, and how their research is influencing decisions made by government and the scientific community. This is a very compelling documentary that will make you think about the problems we are facing. I highly recommend this film.

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Harry C.

I read the reviews and was so disappointed. I really loved the movie. It was just like watching the Discovery Channel on a rainy day, the documentaries were very interesting and the film makers were great. However, I was totally disappointed by the fact that there were not any interviews with the people in the documentary. I wanted to know what they thought about the documentary and the human impact on the environment, but there was none of that. If you want to see the documentary, go and buy the DVD or buy it on Amazon, it's worth it.

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As an anthropologist and a climate change researcher, I have a vested interest in the topic. As a layman, I found the documentary to be very well made and interesting. It covers many issues, such as the historical evidence, the scientific evidence, and the potential impact of climate change. It is a good summary of the evidence, and the opinions of those who do not agree. There are many quotes from scientists who have expressed concerns about climate change, but there are also many quotes from the general public, as well as a few personal opinions. In fact, the documentary is very well balanced, and not sensationalist in its presentation of the scientific evidence. The documentary does not contain any sensationalism in the presentation of climate change. It does not even present a scenario that would require drastic action to prevent climate change. Rather, it shows the science of climate change, and the scientific evidence supporting the science. The documentary also gives a lot of information on the effects of climate change, and provides a good overview of the potential impact of climate change. In addition, it provides an excellent overview of the potential impacts of climate change, and how the science is being developed to measure those impacts. Overall, this is a very well made documentary that presents a balanced view of the evidence and provides a balanced view of the science. I would recommend this documentary to anyone interested in climate change, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the science of climate change.

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The first half of this documentary is very interesting. It is a good overview of the anthropological evidence and the current state of knowledge. The second half of the film is more of a narrative, as it goes from the science of anthropological anthropology to the science of global warming. It is interesting to see how the world is changing, and how the world is responding. It is interesting to see how different people react to the problem, and how different political ideologies react to the problem. The last half of the film is also interesting, as it shows how the scientific community is trying to solve the problem, and how the political community is trying to solve the problem. The final message of the film is that science and politics are not the only solutions to this problem. We need to work together, and not to destroy the planet.

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I watched this documentary with an open mind and a willingness to accept and learn. It is a must watch for those who are interested in the topic of global warming and its effects on human life. It is a good example of how documentaries can be a good way to convey information. The documentary does a great job of getting the viewer involved in the lives of the people that are impacted by the global warming phenomenon. The documentary is very informative and there are many good examples of what people are experiencing. This documentary does not focus on the science of global warming but on the personal experiences that are being impacted by it. I recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the topic.