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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
Antropocen: Epoka czlowieka, Antropocene - L'epoca umana, Antropocen - människans epok, Antropocenas: zmogaus era, Anthropocène: L'époque humaine
Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jennifer Baichwal, Edward Burtynsky, Nicholas de Pencier
Jennifer Baichwal
Alicia Vikander
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, 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» (19)

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I was fortunate enough to see this documentary at the Vancouver Film Festival. This documentary is a must see for anyone interested in climate change. It is a great depiction of how we are entering a new age of climate change. The film highlights a variety of people from all walks of life, and from all walks of life. It is a great lesson in how to deal with our changing environment. The film was very well done, and the performances were excellent. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in climate change.

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Sarah Ward

The documentary Anthropocene is a must see for anyone interested in our relationship with the Earth and the natural world. It shows us what our current culture is doing to the Earth, and the dire consequences we are creating. If you are not interested in the Earth, you won't find this documentary very informative. But if you are interested in the Earth, you will be impressed by the filmmaker's storytelling skills and the raw footage. I thought the interviewees were excellent and very well-spoken. The subjects' stories are not typical "We're in trouble because we're getting too old, so we're getting too fat" stories, but are more like "we need to fix our lifestyles" stories. The documentary is not in any way anti-industry. But it does show how we are destroying our world and our planet. It's not "there are too many of us" or "we don't have enough resources" stories, but rather "we're killing the planet" stories. The documentary is in no way anti-religion, though. Most of the interviews are with people who are religious, and the religious people are not portrayed as "bad" or "good" people, but as people who are struggling to make a living in a world that is already over-populated and is becoming more and more inhospitable to the human race. The interviews are not always positive, but the overall message is that we need to make changes in our lifestyle and stop using so many resources for our own gain. I highly recommend the documentary, and I am sure that you will find it to be a great resource. I would also like to point out that the documentary is not anti-capitalist, though it does criticize the dominant capitalist system that we live in, and it is not anti-abortion, though it does criticize abortion. The documentary is anti-consumerism, anti-growth, anti-industrialization, anti-capitalist, anti-human, anti-materialistic, anti-idealist, anti-war, anti-privacy, anti-access, anti-domestic violence, anti-environment, anti-technology, anti-violence, anti-animal rights, anti-consumerism, anti-poverty, anti-environmentalism, anti-materialism, anti-religion, anti-consumerism, anti-industrialism, anti-capitalism, anti-environment.

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Barbara G.

This is a truly brilliant documentary. I have watched it many times. It is a shame that it is not available to watch on DVD. This documentary does a wonderful job of showing the current state of the Earth's climate and the problems that we face as a result of it. It also shows the human impact on the environment and how this impacts our lives. The documentary is well organized. It is a must see. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who cares about the environment and the impact that we have on the environment.

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Denise Bailey

This documentary about the effects of climate change is one of the most important films I have ever seen. It was very well done and the actors did a great job. It is one of those documentaries that if you haven't seen before you will be interested in seeing it. I think most people will be able to relate to it. If you have never seen it, watch it. It is very well done and it will make you want to do something about it. It is not a documentary that will be remembered or something you will want to watch. But if you are interested in what the effects of climate change will be on our planet, then you should watch it. It is a very important film and it should be seen. My only complaint is that it was a little too long and I wish they had shown more of the human impact on the planet. Overall, I think this is one of the most important documentaries I have ever seen. It is very well done and I recommend it.

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Kathy Gordon

I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised by this film. It was quite a fascinating look into the future. What I loved about this movie is the way it is shot and the way it was edited. The images were very realistic and the people were very believable. I don't know about the other reviewers, but I found the film very entertaining and quite a unique look into the future. I have to say that it's not a film for the faint of heart, but it's not a film that you will regret watching.

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Christian G.

I've been thinking about this film for days. It's a fascinating film. It's also a very depressing one. But I think it's the only documentary that I've seen that makes you think. I hope that more documentaries are made, and I hope that the world doesn't just end. It's an interesting and very interesting film, and I recommend it to anyone.

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Karen W.

I recently saw this documentary and it was quite well done. It was very informative about the human-caused climate change and the effects of global warming on the planet. The documentary doesn't paint a straight-forward picture about the effects of global warming, but rather presents some possible ways of dealing with the problem. The documentary is very much in line with the way the UN works and I think that it is a great representation of the UN. It's a great documentary that I would recommend to anyone who is interested in this issue. I think that the documentary is highly informative and it is well-balanced. I would recommend that people watch this documentary. I think that it's well worth watching.

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Grace W.

I was fortunate enough to get to meet and speak with the Director and Producer of the documentary, "The Anthropocene". The documentary is a very good look at the current state of human affairs, both in the world of science and in the world of popular culture. The documentary is a must-see for anyone interested in the future of our planet and the human race. I am really looking forward to the next documentary, "The Anthropocene 2: Revelations".

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Mildred Henderson

I've just seen the new documentary "The Anthropocene" at the Cinequest Film Festival in Chicago. The title is a bit misleading since the Anthropocene is actually a very broad term. The film covers a wide variety of topics, including the rise of the modern industrial society, the ecological catastrophe that has occurred over the past few centuries, the extent to which human activity is responsible for the degradation of the planet, and the need for a drastic reduction in our population in order to prevent the disaster that is coming. The film is very well done and well worth seeing. My only complaint is that the film does not include the much-needed historical context. There are very few films that are able to capture the complexity of our present-day society, but "The Anthropocene" was just that. I recommend it for anyone who is interested in how our society is going to change over the next few decades.

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Ruth B.

If you're a climate change skeptic, this movie will make you rethink the subject. For example, one of the scientists mentioned in the movie is someone who is quite active on climate change. He has published a number of papers on this subject, and has testified before Congress about it. This scientist also happens to be a geologist, and a climate scientist himself, which shows that he is someone who is doing an excellent job of communicating the scientific arguments. If you are a skeptic, you will probably feel cheated by this movie. But if you are interested in climate change, you should see it. It is a well-made documentary that also illustrates some good points about the science and the climate. As for the climate change skeptics, the movie will make them think a little bit more about the subject. And if you are a climate change skeptic, you will probably agree with the conclusions of the movie.

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Maria H.

I have not watched the movie. I watched the documentary, "Our World at Risk", which was a much better documentary, which also shows the side of the world in which we live. For those who are interested, I recommend this movie, it is very informative. I have never been to the Arctic, I don't know what the Arctic is, but I am certain that the Arctic is the most remote place in the world. The Arctic has no commercial activity, no people and no culture. There are a few tourists, and even then, not very many. There are also no roads or any other infrastructure. The film shows how people live in the Arctic, including the people who live in the Arctic. The film also shows how people survive in the Arctic, but also how they live. The movie was very good, and I recommend it.

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Justin B.

I am not a scientist, nor am I a climatologist, but I do have a degree in Mathematics and Physics and a Masters Degree in Biology. My background is in Bio-Mechanics, Biology, Genetics, and Evolution. I am a chemist and a chemist-in-training. I am also a data scientist. This is the first time I have ever heard of a scientist, but I am sure this is not the first time I have heard of a scientist. I hope that this is not a common misconception. I think this movie is very accurate in presenting the scientific method and how it is used to study and understand the Earth and its environmental conditions. It is a good and entertaining film. The effects of global warming are clear and a very exciting subject. It is also a great movie to show to your children. I think this is the perfect movie for the family to watch together. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the science of climate change, global warming, and how the Earth and its environment can be affected by human activities. It is also a good movie to show to your friends to get them interested in climate change.

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Alan Rogers

The movie was very interesting and fascinating. I can't understand why some people don't like it. It was very interesting and the way the film was filmed was really great. I really liked the way they captured the environment. I'm a big fan of documentary style films, so it was great to see one like this. The way they did it is really cool and I'm glad they did it in this style. It's really hard to make a documentary like this, and it was really cool to see how they did it. I liked it and I think you should definitely see it. It's a very good documentary. I give it a 9/10.

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Kenneth Mason

The humans and their ecological footprint is not a new topic, and a lot of it is discussed in the media, but this documentary does a good job of getting the general public to know what is being said. It is also interesting to see what people think about these issues. For example, the author of the movie gives a lengthy lecture on how to get over a failed relationship, which is obviously not what most people would do. It is interesting to see what people think of the film, and I hope the people who made the movie enjoyed making it. My favorite part of the movie was when the narrator explained how many of the things that we do today are the result of our actions in the past. I think it is a good documentary and it is well worth seeing.

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This is a very good documentary about the Anthropocene, the Earth's rise and fall from human influence, and how we are destroying the planet and its ecosystems. It is a very well done piece of work, and it is very well researched and has a great sound track. I think it should be on the list of the most important films of the 21st century.

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Wayne K.

I really loved this movie and it was a great introduction to the topic. I think the main idea of this movie is that the human race has changed a lot from the time of the dinosaurs, and it's our own fault. Humans are just one of the many species of animals that have been wiped out in the past, and we all have to live with our own species. We have to get over it and move on, and eventually we can evolve to be a different species. I think the idea that humans have changed a lot from the time of the dinosaurs is also interesting, because we all have to admit that we are becoming more and more like the dinosaurs. I think this movie is a good introduction to the topic. I hope that they will do more movies like this one.

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Kimberly M.

I was pleasantly surprised to see this documentary, despite the extremely anti-environmental title. It's actually quite nice, in that it gives a good overview of the climate change issue, and how it affects the planet. The interviews with scientists, activists, and activists who have seen the effects firsthand, give a very realistic view of what people are facing. It also shows the effects that the climate change is having on the people, and the way it affects them. The film is quite entertaining and informative, and the film-makers are a group of very knowledgeable people, who do a great job with their presentation. It's a good film to watch, if you want to get a sense of what's going on in the world, and how it affects the people, as well as the environment.

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Patricia Smith

I love this movie, I really do. It is so hard to find, but I am glad I did. It is an incredible story of how a world was turned upside down by man's inhumanity to man. How man had the power to destroy all of nature, to kill every species he could, and then just stand there, looking smug and arrogant, like a little boy who was the most powerful, all the while knowing that he had just made a mistake. The message of this movie is that we are all responsible for what we do and the consequences of our actions. I thought it was a really good movie, I thought it was one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It is a must see, and I highly recommend it. It is an amazing film and I hope that there is a sequel.

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Lori S.

This film is a good summary of the work of the Anthropocene, and is a very well made film. It was made in collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund and many other NGOs, and the filmmaker has done a great job of keeping this film as free from politics as possible. I am very interested in what happens to the planet as the world ages and, if this film is to be believed, the world is going to be a very different place. I was very impressed by the work that the World Wildlife Fund and other NGOs did to get the film made. If you have the time, this is a very good film to watch.