The opening score is overwrought, and there's a good hour of gloom and doom, but the last third is genuinely positive and offers true hope for the future if we act. Very good reporting, and Mr. Irons is a fine host.
Enlightening film with some graphic images of what waste does to animals and children. In the end the film was not entirely satisfying for me because of the mixed filmic approach (graphics, documentary material, Irons being Irons, bad music by Vangelis).