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How to Change the World How to Change the World

Jerry Rothwell writes and directs this documentary about the history of Greenpeace Jerry Rothwell writes and directs this documentary about the history of Greenpeace
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The film chronicles the rise and birth of the environmental organisation which began as the Don't Make a Wave Committee in the early 1970s when a group of friends protested against American nuclear testing on the Alaskan island of Amchitka. Featuring archive footage and interviews with the eco-minded group's founding members, the feature documents some of their early endeavours and most notable campaigns including their efforts to end whale poaching and to save the native seals of Newfoundland. The film chronicles the rise and birth of the environmental organisation which began as the Don't Make a Wave Committee in the early 1970s when a group of friends protested against American nuclear testing on the Alaskan island of Amchitka. Featuring archive footage and interviews with the eco-minded group's founding members, the feature documents some of their early endeavours and most notable campaigns including their efforts to end whale poaching and to save the native seals of Newfoundland.

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6 additional scenes

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SKU 5060105723483
Catalogue Number SELPH001
Year 2015
Director Jerry Rothwell
Format DVD
Publisher(s) Spirit Entertainment
Aspect ratio 16:9
Subtitles English HOH
Language(s) English
Running time 106 mins
DVD region 2
Certificate 15

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