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An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power is a movie starring Al Gore, Cory Booker, and George W. Bush. A decade after An Inconvenient Truth (2006) brought climate change to the heart of popular culture, the follow-up shows just how...

Other Titles
Kellemetlen igazság 2, 不都合な真実2 放置された地球, 不願面對的真相2, Una scomoda verità 2, En ubehagelig oppfølger, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power, Uma Sequela Inconveniente: A Verdade ao Poder, En obekväm uppföljare, La Verdad Incómoda 2, Uma Verdade Mais Inconveniente, Eine unbequeme Fortsetzung: Der Stand der Dinge, Una verdad muy incómoda: Ahora o nunca, Immer noch eine unbequeme Wahrheit: Unsere Zeit läuft, Niewygodna prawda 2, Uygunsuz Gerçek 2, An Inconvenient Truth 2, Une suite qui dérange: le temps de l'action, Una verdad incómoda 2, O continuare incomoda: Putere si adevar, En ubekvem sandhed 2, La verdad incómoda 2, Emmet matrida yoter
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jon Shenk, Bonni Cohen
Al Gore
George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Cory Booker
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A decade after An Inconvenient Truth (2006) brought climate change to the heart of popular culture, the follow-up shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.

Comments about documentary «An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power» (22)

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Howard M.

John Moore's documentary on the failure of the UN to achieve its goals for the United Nations is a must see for anyone who wants to know why the UN is so ineffective in implementing its goals for the world. Moore's film shows how a UN that has been hijacked by a single superpower, has allowed the UN to become a political tool instead of a tool for promoting peace and justice. It also reveals the extent to which the UN has become a tool for the economic interests of the rich and powerful nations of the world. It also reveals the extent to which the UN is complicit in the torture and murder of people who don't fall into line with the UN's policy of globalization and what is called 'the 1%. The film is a must see for anyone who wants to know how the UN has become a tool for the elites of the world who can afford to buy and sell the world's governments and their governments to the highest bidder.

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Susan S.

If you are looking for something to get you in the mood, give this film a watch. A lot of these people are so brainwashed into believing that nothing can be done, that they will probably be able to see that this is nothing more than a very cleverly written attack on the environmental movement. It is very entertaining to watch. To the person that posted a comment about how they felt they were duped, I would say that you have to be a very ignorant person to think this movie is a true attack on the environmental movement. As to the "kooks" that it is designed to target, I can see why they might feel that way, but as someone else said, it is to make people think, not to make them believe. In the end, if you want to be entertained, go see it. If you want to feel enlightened, watch the documentary. It is more informative than this film.

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Bobby H.

I will not comment on the issues of the world today, but I will say that "Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power" shows the U.S. (and the world) in a much better light than the new Hollywood films. I am very impressed with the quality of the documentary and the way the information is presented. I would like to see this film being shown in high schools, colleges, and universities. This film should be a valuable tool for students in school, and for teachers who work with students. This film is for the whole family, for adults and children. The world needs more people like you. Thank you for making this film.

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Craig Walters

I just finished watching this documentary, and I'm left speechless. I was on my way to work when I found out about this film and realized that my time was not well spent. I can't remember a more powerful message. You don't have to agree with the message or anything, but it does make you think about what you're doing and what you're supporting. It's a good thing to remember as well, especially since this documentary was released on the same day that George W. Bush was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. I hope that the film was in the theaters at the time of his inauguration and that it's being shown in the 4th grade classroom as well. It would be more effective than watching any of the Bush's films, documentaries, and news broadcasts. It would be better for the American people to see this film.

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This documentary is brilliant. It's a very powerful film and it's a great way to get to know the subjects better. It's very well written and the people are amazing. It shows you a very interesting way of life, a life where the best and brightest come from where they are the least. It shows how this affects the people who live in the areas where they are. This documentary is not just for people who live in the American north. It's for people who live in South Africa, New Zealand, Japan, Australia, and other countries. If you haven't seen it, then do yourself a favor and see it. You won't regret it.

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I just came back from the screening in Boston. I am a bit confused as to what happened to this film. It was good, but I don't see what's so special about the first one. There were some great ideas in this one, but they were poorly executed. It felt like a director's cut of the first one, but they were short on editing. The only positive thing about this one is that it was very funny. The entire audience was laughing during the screening. There were some good moments in this film, but it just seemed like a bunch of rehashed ideas that were too old for this audience. I didn't think it was very good and I think the people who are in charge of the second one should have known better. They should have just rehashed the ideas of the first one, cut out the good parts, and used the original story as a foundation to build a better movie.

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Mary H.

Having been a supporter of the Kerry campaign in the 2004 election, I was one of the first to learn about the Clinton campaign's use of stolen emails in the lead-up to the election. And I was dismayed to learn that the public had been kept in the dark about the extent of the problem. In the wake of the DNC leak, I returned to the 2008 campaign, and was equally shocked by the extent of the problem. As the first year of the Obama administration came to an end, the issue was still fresh. Yet I was also astounded at how much the media and the Democrats themselves had suppressed the news about the campaign's use of stolen emails, including by making the Clinton campaign apologize. The press response was to complain about the fact that the candidates weren't talking to the press. Yet it is a fact that the campaigns of the two Democratic candidates (Obama and Clinton) were not holding any public events at all in the days before the election. They even tried to find ways to discredit the press as the story broke, and refused to answer questions. I was saddened by this news, as I saw what I believed was a perfect opportunity to put the Obama campaign on the spot. But instead, the campaign proceeded to the next election. The only public events I saw were the ones that were put on by the Democratic National Committee and the White House. The campaign did not release any of the campaign's emails, and this is a significant news story. It is very important to know that the Clinton campaign is the one that actually published the stolen emails. The reason this was not released was that they knew that the press would make them look like they were admitting wrongdoing. They also knew that they would not be able to be sure that the emails would not be released to the public. But the press still refused to report the news. Why? It's a very important story, and the press should have been willing to stand up to the Clinton campaign and tell them the truth. I'm very glad that I was one of the first people to bring this to the attention of the public, and I hope that others will follow suit. The press is a powerful institution, and there are those who would use it to hide a major scandal, no matter how serious. I hope that this story will have an effect on the public, and that we will all learn from it.

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I cannot say enough about this film. It's a must see. I saw it twice in a theater and still see it on video every single time I go to the movies. I watch it at least 3 times a week. It's very important to me that I understand why this film is so important. It makes me think about the world around me and how we are able to take care of ourselves, but are ultimately incapable of helping each other. As a result, we are all too vulnerable and weak to stop and actually take care of each other. The film does a wonderful job of showing the weaknesses and struggles of the big corporations, but also the strong leaders who put their lives on the line every single day for the benefit of the people. I also appreciate the way they highlight how different people are drawn together and the impact they have on each other. It's a very interesting documentary that is completely unnecessary. If you are still interested in watching it, I suggest you do so. You will not regret it.

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Katherine Allen

This movie is so honest, direct, and real. In other words, it's like going to a free clinic or getting a free HIV test. The movie does a great job of showing how the world is turning upside down, and how we should be trying to keep up. It's like watching your friends take their medicine, but they never do. I'm sure that this movie is not going to get much distribution in the States, but if you're reading this, you should see it. If you don't see it, I'm sure that you'll learn something from it. It's all right to be a skeptic and be skeptical, but not if you're thinking about killing your family and neighbors because they are "supposed to be in charge of their own lives." I'm very surprised that so many people who have written negative reviews about this movie are the same people who continue to push GMO crops, nuclear power, and other forms of destructive energy, including fracking. But this movie is not only about these issues. It's about the problems of a time when we were just beginning to figure out the truth about our planet and what we were doing to it. It's about how we can prevent another disaster by getting involved with other organizations that are working for a better future. It's about how we have to work to make our own future, not just have our best friend, neighbor, or family member's child suffer because we didn't take the time to help them with their education or health. It's about taking responsibility for our actions, not blaming others, and not allowing other people to take the blame for our mistakes.

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Billy Hunter

This movie was incredibly informative and had many great points to it. I found the movie to be entertaining and well written. If you're a scientist, or just interested in something that takes place in a larger scale, this movie will be extremely beneficial to you. I especially liked the fact that they did not only use the facts of the actual truth that was discussed in the documentary, but also put some fun facts to it. There were points that I thought were interesting and fun that I wish the movie would have been more about. Also, the fact that it was not a completely factual documentary, but instead just used what is presented in the documentary, I felt it made it much more interesting and enjoyable. Also, the fact that it was not biased toward any particular side made it more enjoyable. In short, I loved this movie and would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the facts of the JFK assassination.

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William Reynolds

This documentary is the best I have ever seen. The ideas presented in the movie are so relevant, that you want to see it again and again. The very real issues in the movie are so many that it is a wonder they were not more widely discussed. You will see the power of public opinion, and the power of corporate interests. The movie is loaded with information that you will never see in any other movie. It is a must see!

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This film was very entertaining, very educational, and absolutely necessary for the current climate. I will never forget the conversation we had as the film ended. The only thing I could think of was, that there are people who think they have to be taken to the next level to be normal. But, the film makes us think of what we are fighting for, and what we are fighting against. I think this film should be made in every high school in the country. This film is so important and the effects it has on us is huge. A lesson in life. In my opinion, people need to be educated about the environmental crisis we are facing in the next generation. As the film concludes, "It's just a beginning".

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Scott Roberts

This movie will help you to make a very important decision. So stop watching the news. This movie is one of the best movies you will see this year. It is very good for anyone to see. It has a lot of information that many people may not know. This movie should not be forgotten. This is not a political movie, it is a movie that shows how the American economy was affected by the presidency of George W. Bush. The movie explains how the economy of the United States was affected and how it will be affected in the future.

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Christina B.

I recently viewed this documentary for the first time, and I thought it was incredible. It went beyond what I expected, and was almost too good to be true. I was impressed by the fact that they went to great lengths to do a film with very little money. They also interviewed many people who had been involved in the project, so I feel comfortable saying that this is the real deal. I love documentaries, and think that this was a brilliant one. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the energy sector, or to people who are interested in climate change.

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This is a must see for any true liberty loving person. The movie is one of the best of the year. What you have is a documentary that shows the real reason for the war. How America has been infiltrated by a group of corporate interests who see an opportunity to profit by the destruction of the government. The movie is packed with real life footage that the average person would never have heard of before. If you haven't seen this movie and want to see the real story, you should definitely watch it.

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Brittany Jenkins

I'm sure the main characters have been sent to some mental institution. They've all left their imprint on the world. As to the subjects they were chosen to portray, I'm sure they'll be back. What's important is what's happening now. The story of how we've come to the brink of economic collapse and a possible world war. They've all watched their money evaporate in their hands. So many people have been exploited. So many people are mistreated. People have died. The whole world is in turmoil. We've been made to watch. We've been made to feel. Now we have the opportunity to help ourselves. What's missing from this film is a simple explanation of what is happening. It's easy to see that the crisis is due to a lack of funds and lack of interest from the government. Why? Because governments are accountable to the people, not corporations. People have to live with the consequences of their decisions. If they don't, they don't have a voice. This is why the film is important. I can't understand why so many people are so apathetic and think that money is everything. Money is not everything. It's just a tool. If you want to live in a wealthy country, you have to do what is best for you. If you want to live in a beautiful country, you have to do what is best for you. That's why I believe it's so important to be informed. But I'm not talking about the obvious. I'm talking about the alternative, the radical alternative. I'm talking about a better life, and I believe that the alternative is here. I believe that the world is changing, and that the world will change. I think this film is a good tool to share the news. I think it's a good tool to fight for a better world. I believe it's important to watch this film. And I think it's a good tool to help us understand the world around us. I'm happy to be part of the solution.

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This film is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It gives an inside look at one of the most controversial issues in the world today: nuclear energy. The documentary follows David Lochbaum, a former nuclear worker who's devoted his life to his work and is now fighting to keep nuclear power plants from closing. This documentary does a fantastic job of giving a great overview of what nuclear power is, what it's all about and why it's so controversial. I highly recommend this documentary for everyone, from those who've never heard of it to those who have and want to know more. It has some great interviews with scientists and politicians who have all spoken out against nuclear power. The documentary shows us what the nuclear industry has been doing to keep nuclear plants open and who is working to shut them down. You also get to see the truth behind the myths about nuclear power and the end result of that, which is a much better power source than any coal or oil industry. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about nuclear power and why it's such a controversial topic.

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This film was very well done. It was well researched and portrayed very well. I hope the whole country sees this film. It is an excellent example of a journalist and his fearless attempt to expose corruption in Washington. The information provided was so revealing and was certainly an act of bravery. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the corrupt way the federal government deals with the American people.

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Carolyn White

The documentary is done perfectly. Everything is explained. It is a must see, not for those who are easily bored and for those who don't care for some things. It is one of the best documentaries in history and it should have a lot more people to watch it. This documentary will make you think for hours. It is worth the time you will waste on watching it. It is definitely one of the best documentaries you will ever see. I would recommend everyone to watch this movie and I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did.

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Karen Allen

Excellent analysis of what's happening in the world and what needs to be done about it. There is no "gotcha" moment in this film. You will not come out of it disappointed.

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I have never heard of this film before, but after watching it, I was reminded of my dad who was a teacher and a man who believed in education. He was a very kind, good man and you will be very lucky to have him in your life. The message in this film is very important and not only because of the great environmental message, but because of the message of education. When the education system fails, the students and teachers suffer. The best thing we can do for the future of our nation is to make sure that our kids get a decent education. This film is not only about the effects of education on the environment, but the effects on the lives of the students. It is a great movie that should be shown more often.

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I just finished watching this documentary, and I must say that it is truly one of the most effective documentaries I've ever seen. I found the documentary to be absolutely excellent in that it showed all sides of the issue, from those who believed that it should be allowed, to those who believed that it should be banned. The documentary also included information about the history of tobacco, the current political situation, and many other facts. As a former smoker, I found the documentary to be very informative, and I thought it was very interesting to hear from people who actually smoked cigarettes for a large portion of their lives. The documentary also showed people who claimed to have quit smoking, and the video ended with the question of whether or not they should continue smoking if they were going to quit. Although the information was in many cases conflicting, it was still very effective in making the viewer want to quit smoking, because the information was very truthful and was much more effective than just being all positive and positive. I recommend this documentary to everyone, because the information is very important, and it's a great resource to be able to see. I hope this documentary is widely distributed, because I believe that it is highly necessary to our health and the health of our children, especially since our children will continue to be exposed to some of the most harmful products of our society. We all need to be aware of the health risks of smoking, and the lack of research and information regarding smoking products, and they must be able to make an informed decision, even if it is not 100% certain that they will never smoke. Also, smoking can cause many serious health conditions, and the information that this documentary is able to provide will help people make a decision to quit smoking. Also, many people will be able to see that the information presented in this documentary is very true, because it's just a lot of facts that are very easy to believe, and it's much more effective than just being 100% positive and positive. I hope that the documentary will be distributed widely, because I believe that it is very important for everyone to see it. Thank you for reading my review of this film.