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Home is a documentary movie which shows various corners of the Earth through aerial shots. It shows the diversity of life throughout the planet as well as how humanity is slowly threatening the balance of nature. It was first shown in 2009.


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Director:
Yan Arthus-Bertrand
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Stars:
Glenn Close

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    Anonymous
    May 13, 2018
    "Loved it! My roommate, who is a huge fan of documentaries, celebrated his birthday last weekend and I was in need of a last minute gift. We watched all two hours of this film and could not have enjoyed it more. The aerial shots were simply draw dropping, but you may experience discomfort if you are afraid of heights. The voice of the narrator was quite soothing and even the content was heavily detailed oriented, but remained simple in the level of complexity."
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    Anonymous
    May 22, 2018
    "This is a beautiful depictation of Gods earth and its' beauty. If it would have stopped there it would have been great, but no they had to add in Climate change, and bash and make people feel like there is actually something that can be done about this. The temperature may be rising, just like it has for thousands of years, it is a pattern people. You are high minded to think you can change nature."
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    Anonymous
    January 24, 2019
    "You will definitely be amazed with the shots and technology thinking how on Earth did these people get to take a video of this and that. It gives away important messages too"
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