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The film produced by sustainable design center on behalf of the Federal Environment Agency is just 10 minutes long. And unlike the U.S. blockbusters “The Day After Tomorrow” by Roland Emmerich or “An Inconvenient Truth” by Al Gore, which took many million dollars to make, “FLOW” is a low-budget film. It is also presumably the first to deal with the important issue of sustainable resource use, one of our most pressing problems.
The 10-minute film explores the issue of wastage of our natural resources, reflects our consumption-oriented lifestyle through impressive imagery and illustrates how global material flows are linked. Facts and figures caution viewers to take responsibility without discouraging them. The film ends with the camera moving through the town of tomorrow with many examples of sustainable approaches.
|German||windows media||Flow-DE-1Mbps-Stream.wmv||73 MB|
|English||windows media||Flow-EN-1Mbps-Stream.wmv||88 MB|