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Demain is a movie starring Anthony Barnosky, Olivier De Schutter, and Cyril Dion. The world"s climate is changing. Instead of showing the worst that can happen, this documentary focuses on the people suggesting solutions and their...

Other Titles
I morgen, Ziua de mâine, Nasze jutro, Tomorrow - Die Welt ist voller Lösungen, Holnap, Tomorrow, Amanhã, Imorgon, Demà, Domani, Mañana, TOMORROW パーマネントライフを探して, Tomorrow: kohti parempaa huomista, Mâine
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1 hours 58 minutes
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Mélanie Laurent, Cyril Dion
Cyril Dion
Emmanuel Druon, Olivier De Schutter, Anthony Barnosky, Cyril Dion
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English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The world"s climate is changing. Instead of showing the worst that can happen, this documentary focuses on the people suggesting solutions and their actions.

Comments about documentary «Demain» (22)

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Theresa C.

One of the worst examples of anti-Semitic stereotyping ever put on film. Even when there is actual blood and gore, it's a far cry from a Holocaust denier, a Nazi sympathizer or even a Jew-hater. "Zigeuner" is an evil man, and the other actors are all there to let you know it. And even when the Nazis are only kicking the heck out of the Jews, they still make the Nazis look like jolly good guys. Do not waste your time with this movie.

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Alice Murray

When I heard about this documentary, I had high hopes for it. As a fan of the great French political theorist and philosopher, Simone Weil, I was looking forward to this film. Unfortunately, this documentary does not tell its story in the way it should. While I appreciated the hard work and the commitment of the team behind this film, it fails to do justice to Weil's brilliant work. Weil is not a filmmaker, and this film is not a documentary. This is a retelling of a few of Weil's most important writings. And while this film is a good attempt, it does not do justice to Weil. Instead, it paints a picture of a brilliant thinker and a brilliant human being. While this film does give credit to Weil, it paints him in a way that makes him look like a villain. This makes Weil's life, and Weil's philosophy, seem rather boring and dull. While I respect the efforts to honor and show the life of this great thinker, the story of his writing, as well as the story of his life, was not made more interesting by this project. However, as a film, it is very good, and does have some interesting footage. This is certainly worth a watch.

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Paul B.

This movie is about a love story that has gone on for so long that people no longer recognize it as real. That's the title of the film. The idea that people can only love the people that they are in love with is a strange idea that doesn't make sense in a world where everything is a commodity. One day, this love story is about to come to an end. The "however" is that the couple that they have been in love with for the last 30 years is about to become single. She is getting married, he is getting married. The idea that a man can only love a woman that he is in love with, is strange and unrealistic. The real idea is that a man and woman can only love each other and that the relationship can only last as long as the two people have love for each other. This film is about the people that the couple are about to marry. We see their relationship, and the problems that they have when the love is gone. We see how they cope with the changes that are happening to them. This is an unusual film that is not typical. It is a film that shows how life can be if a couple in love is not in love.

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On the one hand, this movie is like a documentary. It shows the conflict between the Vatican and the Dominican Republic, the fight between the churches and the government, and the attempts to censor this documentary. The film also shows how Pope John Paul II went about stopping the plans of the church, trying to restore peace. However, it doesn't go into much detail about the church's involvement with the US government, but just shows what happened. The film is interesting and in some parts, it makes you question what is going on. I am glad that there are people like the filmmakers in this country that are willing to make films about the papacy. They show the corruption and greed of the church, and the damage it has done to the Catholic Church in the US. I would recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in the Catholic Church. It is well done and it gives an accurate picture of what has happened to the church in the US.

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A very interesting documentary, with a lot of depth and depth of the subject matter, at a very high level. The stories in the film are very believable and resonate with me and I am convinced that many people feel the same way. The narration of the film is very good and very good at providing an introduction to the subject matter. The narration, along with the interviews, help to solidify the importance of the subject matter and their role in the world. Overall, it is a very good documentary and I would recommend it.

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Based on the book by Rebecca Newberger, "Uncivil Disobedience: One Man's Fight Against Government Surveillance" tells the story of William Gibson, an American engineer who tried to find a way out of government surveillance programs and to keep a record of what he was doing. He did this by writing a document called the "Unwritten Law." His writing made it legal for him to use programs that he could not be compelled to use by the government. His effort became known as the "one man law." He eventually realized that the NSA had his information, so he took legal action against them, eventually getting a court order allowing him to search the NSA files for information. "The Unwritten Law" has become a rallying cry for those who have been caught in government surveillance programs. This documentary follows the progress of the case in various ways. The video also includes interviews with some of the men who were involved in the case and some who worked with Gibson. The documentary is not without its problems. Gibson did not have the backing of any major media outlet. I know of no major media outlet that covered this case. That was an oversight by the producers. I think it would have been helpful to have seen a brief history of the case, but the problem is not the documentary itself, it is the lack of publicity. The documentary has an uninteresting story. I would have enjoyed more information on the subjects of the case, but the production of this documentary is not an issue. I recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the history of privacy issues related to government surveillance.

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The (in)famous second "Art of the Possible" Conference that made us appreciate a lot of theoretical ideas. They tried to unite many arts of creativity but none of them was as powerful as music. They wanted to prove that music has the same power as other arts. Unfortunately, it did not work. The way they managed to show how music could be the most important and important art of our time, they managed to make us see that music has the same power as other arts and they showed that art has no limits. This is just one of many reasons why I like to see the second conference. The goal of the conference was to learn a lot about music and how to get the best of it. There were several sessions which covered many different subjects but not all of them were interesting. A lot of them were just talking about a topic which had already been covered by several other conference. The music was one of the most important subjects and the conference was like a secondary aim. This conference was actually the perfect way to find the answers to all the questions asked by the first conference. It was the perfect way to explain how to combine all these topics together. The answer of the conference was very useful for us and we could finally understand that music is not only an end in itself. Music has many other values besides the one of fun. I think the next conference would be more useful. The only thing which I would like to say is that it was a really good effort and it could be the best conference ever made.

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Christopher B.

I have been following this story for the past few years. One reason is that the members of the surviving families have agreed to make their stories public. I would have preferred a more controlled approach to this project, but they have not been able to do that. This is their story, and I am very grateful that they have chosen to make it public. This film is not intended to be the definitive history of the Holocaust. I have heard from many historians that it is not a documentary. Rather, it is a series of recollections and interviews of survivors of the camps. It does not present a single story, but rather focuses on the relationships and interactions of survivors. It is not intended to be a "gimmick" or an attempt to show the "final solution" of the Holocaust. There are many other documentary movies on the topic. I am hoping that this film is just the beginning of a larger series of films. Perhaps it will do the same thing that documentaries like "Night" or "Permanent Vacation" did for us in the 1950's. It may turn out to be just as successful. There are still many questions that need to be answered. Why were the Nazis trying to murder Jews? What was their motive? What did they think they were doing? Were they really trying to exterminate all Jews? The Holocaust should not be considered an evil act, but rather an act of terror. The answers to these questions will be in the film itself. They will not be provided in a lecture or in a press conference. I am not sure what this film will accomplish, but it has already changed my opinion of the Holocaust.

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Emma W.

In my opinion, the best documentary on euthanasia is "The euthanasia of Meryl Streep" (1974). This is not because of the treatment of Meryl herself, but because of the subjects she interviews, especially the former president of the American Medical Association, Richard Posner. The subject of the film is a philosophical discussion about whether euthanasia is a "good" or a "bad" thing, with Meryl in the middle. The discussion is mainly about the differences between the "good" and the "bad" side of euthanasia. In this film, Meryl is the one who decides to end her life with the help of a doctor who is in an awkward situation. The physician is the embodiment of the "good" side of euthanasia, which he uses to protect his patients from the "bad" side. On the other hand, the patient is the embodiment of the "bad" side, which he uses to harm the patients. This film presents the view of the two sides as if they were as different as the poles of a pole. Although the film is not objective, and it's not like an objective documentary, I think it does not matter. The whole point is that, regardless of the view of the doctor, the patient and the patient's friends, the film will make a difference. For example, the subject of the discussion is Meryl's illness and death, but it's not about Meryl herself, but about her friends, and about the patients. The film is not only about euthanasia, but also about "euthanasia" as an idea, which is another matter. If you want to know more about euthanasia, see "The euthanasia of Meryl Streep", which is the documentary that I prefer. 8/10

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Theresa Lucas

I was curious to see how the Oscars would be affected by the decisions of each of the nominees. The short version: The Academy is filled with some extremely liberal, and possibly un-PC, members, who will vote for movies they don't really like. There are also members who will vote for a movie that isn't really a good movie, simply because they don't like the actors. This movie is a perfect example of the former. It's a movie that will definitely be nominated for the Razzies, and likely win the Razzies. It's a movie that will probably be nominated for the Golden Globes, and probably win the Golden Globes. This movie will probably be nominated for the Oscars. This is the sort of movie that doesn't deserve to win any of these awards. It's a movie that is obviously being awarded a good story, great acting, great production value, and great direction. The problem is that these things are NOT enough to make a good movie. I'd rather have a good story, great acting, great production value, and great direction than a good movie. For this reason, I was very surprised by the lack of interest shown in this movie by the Academy. The only real good thing about this movie is that it's interesting, and I'll definitely see it again.

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Charles J.

A movie about how the people of a tiny island in the Pacific Ocean can make a huge difference in the lives of everyone they meet. It tells the story of those who live in the small community of French Polynesia. The filmmaker/writer takes us on a journey from the island to the high seas, then back to the island, and finally to the mainland. He interviews the inhabitants of the community, his friends, his neighbors and then his parents. There are a lot of interviews, and the director has to tell us how and why. We see the village's houses, hear the conversations, see the fish. We learn the customs and customs of the French Polynesians. We see how their lives are different from ours, but they are the same as we are. We also learn that they are different from us. The director and the people of the community share their opinions and their experiences, their thoughts, their fears and their dreams. The director shows us the good, the bad and the ugly of the French Polynesians. The movie is very interesting. It is a bit slow at times, but the movie stays with you long after you see it. I think that is what it is all about. I recommend this movie to anyone interested in the world of the Polynesians. I highly recommend it.

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Kathleen Dixon

This is a very important film to me. If it is done right it could change how we think about and talk about rape and the police response. It's certainly not a perfect film. It starts out quite well, but the narration and editing seems to be cutting out a lot of the real story, which is a little distracting. I don't understand the feminist idea of focusing on the victim's story, but this is a very serious issue. There are a lot of elements of the film that I don't fully understand, but they were still very interesting and needed to be explained. I think that most of the criticism of this film comes from people who don't know the history of rape, and don't care about the issues it raises. I was a victim of rape and I still am, and I still feel that this film is important. I think the director did an excellent job at telling the story of a rape, but the film does seem to skip a lot of important facts. If the rape victim was actually raped, it's hard to understand why she would call the police. I also don't understand the anger over the comments on the internet. It seems like there is an attitude that everything is a joke. Rape isn't funny, and I think it's a horrible thing to be treated this way. I think that these negative comments come from people who don't know about rape, and don't care about it. This is a very important film, and I hope it gets the attention it deserves.

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Megan Long

If you're looking for a movie to pass a weekend with some popcorn and a cold beer, "Architecture" may fit the bill. But it's not a film for the most serious of viewers. It's a film with no plot, no logic, and no drama. I went into this with a fairly open mind, but I was left feeling empty and cheated. I suppose the point of the film is to show the dysfunction and dysfunctionality of modern-day Paris, but I was unable to connect with the characters. There was no depth to the story or the characters. It's the first time I've ever seen a film that has ended up so utterly depressing. If you're interested in architecture, you should definitely watch "Architecture." It's not a film that I will watch again, but I can recommend it to others. At the end of the day, it's just another car accident.

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Jerry B.

I just watched the film 'Jean de Florette' (De Florette) again and I have to say it is one of the best films ever made. To be honest, the film is not that interesting, but it is not boring. When I saw the film I was told that it is a look into the childhood of Jean de Florette and he grew up in the small village of Florette, in the southern part of France. I don't know how much I knew about the life of Jean de Florette, but after seeing the film I understood that he lived in a poor family, with an abusive father and an abusive mother. When Jean De Florette was five years old he was kidnapped and sold into prostitution. This made him a target for gangsters who wanted to keep him under their control. The first film I ever saw about Jean de Florette was a school play called 'La Chocera', which I attended in high school. The film is one of the best films about Jean de Florette, because it shows us his childhood and the reasons why he became a sex trafficker. It is a shame that the film is only available in French, because it is very well written and acted, with good performances. The film is interesting, because it tells a story of a man who was born in a village that didn't know anything about a man. He grew up in the middle of nowhere, and he found out what was wrong with his life and how he could be better. There is no more or less to it. I recommend this film to anyone who likes to know more about Jean de Florette.

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Donna Bell

A documentary about the Holocaust in Belgium that includes the most up-to-date information about the incidents, including the statements of the survivors and the key figures in the Holocaust story. The people interviewed were involved in the making of the movie and, because of this, there is a fair amount of personal information about each of them. This also makes it easy to understand their reactions and to draw connections with the other people interviewed. It is a very good documentary, with lots of interesting facts and figures. It is very well organized, and the actors are extremely good. It is a must see.

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This is the documentary about the young French actress Marianne (Mads Mikkelsen) who in the year 1999 was the first (or second if you count Vogue's cover of her) to be nominated for the award for best actress in a foreign language. She was at the time of the Academy Awards the youngest winner in history. It is a very touching story of a young woman who made a great personal and professional leap and was an instant sensation. In this movie she is portrayed as a young woman in a big city who has to move to a small town in the country for her acting career. As the film starts she had to adapt to the new language and to a new culture and people. Marianne is very determined to make the best of it and do the best that she can. I think it was a very touching story of a young woman who was not ready for the major stage but who managed to overcome all obstacles and made it so far. I think that in this film we can see how much hard work and dedication can make a difference in this world and that a personal success is always worth more than a career. I was really impressed by the whole movie. I loved how they portrayed her family, friends and co-workers. I thought it was a very sad story but also a really touching story. I hope that many people see this movie and that it has a lot of influence on people. The movie does not get too graphic or heavy but it shows the struggles that Marianne had to endure.

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A summary of what the movie is about: A hard-hitting documentary that makes you think, the story is about the most powerful man in the world, Richard Nixon. From the 30s to the mid-70s, Nixon fought the war against drugs. It is in his agenda to save the country from a very scary drug culture, and it is not just an American drug problem. His solution was to go against the culture and try to legalize drugs, and do it in a way that it would not hurt the American economy. Nixon is on the record of saying that "there's no safe way to make a drug". And that's what the film is about. It gives you the details of the Nixon's drug policy. He was very much in control, so the media did not tell the truth about it. He had his own media. And that's why he was able to do what he did. But you also get to hear what other presidents tried to do to combat the drug problem, and how they were not successful. It's a very interesting documentary, but it's not the best documentary out there. And I recommend it to Nixon fans and the people who want to know more about Nixon. There is no need to watch the movie with high expectations. It is a good documentary, but I think it could have been better.

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Dylan A.

It's not easy to get someone to watch a film that's just as short as this. I'm not even sure it's possible to get someone to watch it. But, I'm going to try. Because this is something I love. This film is about the meaning of life. This film is about making the most of the time we have. This film is about getting out of the house and doing what you love. This film is about creating a life we can be proud of. This film is about staying true to who we are and what we want to do with our lives. And it's not about the movie. It's about the message. It's about the people. It's about the true meaning of life. It's about being true to ourselves and loving who we are.

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Danielle H.

I was looking forward to seeing this documentary after seeing the terrific FUZZ. The production values were very high, the production team had done a lot of research, and the overall film was quite decent. The people interviewed, not only spoke, but they were seen in action. I would have liked to have seen more of the production team members, who really had a lot to say about their work, but it was a very good effort. Overall, I liked the film and would recommend it to anyone looking for a documentary that is interesting and interesting to watch.

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A few years ago I made a post on my Facebook page regarding a young girl named Alex who was arrested for the rape and murder of her older sister. At that time I asked for more information. To my surprise I was told that the police didn't even have the woman's mug shot in their files. No more information was given as to why she was arrested. I later learned that this was because of a failed suicide attempt. As of May 2012 I have learned that the police have now released the mug shot. I was informed that this is due to a wrongful conviction case. To make matters worse I was informed that the original victim was released from jail and the girl was never interviewed by police as to why she was arrested. I learned that the girl's mother still holds the girl responsible for her actions. What I am now learning is that this was due to an old death warrant that was issued by the court. It was this warrant that would later be misused by her mother. I was then told that the case is still open. I am still waiting for the police to release the mug shot. I am extremely happy that this case is finally over. This is a very important issue for me as well. As the mother of a child with a history of mental illness I feel that this case could have been solved in a better way. I am also glad that I was informed of this case as it has affected me greatly as a mother. As I have learned more about my daughter's situation I am beginning to believe that she is mentally ill. I believe that this case is just the tip of the iceberg.

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Nicholas K.

The notion of life's journey, of how one year affects one's life and how they go on with the rest of their lives is a wonderful premise. It's the reason we're here, to enjoy the journey, to feel the positive effects and be inspired. Yet, as such, it's often seen as a self-indulgent fantasy, devoid of actual lessons. Director Mike De Luca covers the long-term consequences of living in America with an incredible amount of insight and courage. A must-see. --PolarisDiB

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George West

This film is a great example of what documentary filmmaking is all about. I never thought I would be watching a film as art. The documentary footage is brilliant. It gives you a good idea of what life was like for someone like Jacob. The music in the film adds to the feel of the movie. A great film that does not rely on visual effects. It is an enjoyable film to watch. I have recommended this film to a few friends. They have enjoyed it as well.