På verdens miljøverndag, fredag 5. juni vises filmen "Home"i over 100 land verden over. I Norge kan du få sett den i Lillehammer og i Stavanger.
Filmen er laget av fotograf Yann Arthus-Bertrands. Dett er hans første film, og Home blir omtalt som en filmversjon av hans tidligere suksess Jorden sett fra himmelen. Filmen er produsert av Luc Besson (!).
HOME er ment som en vekker om jordas tilstand. Filmen inneholder pektakulære bilder tatt ovenfra i mer enn 50 land.
HOME is an ode to the planet's beauty and its delicate harmony. Through the landscapes of 54 countries captured from above, Yann Arthus-Bertrand takes us on an unique journey all around the planet, to contemplate it and to understand it. But HOME is more than a documentary with a message, it is a magnificent movie in its own right. Every breathtaking shot shows the Earth - our Earth - as we have never seen it before. Every image shows the Earth's treasures we are destroying and all the wonders we can still preserve. "From the sky, there's less need for explanations". Our vision becomes more immediate, intuitive and emotional. HOME has an impact on anyone who sees it. It awakens in us the awareness that is needed to change the way we see the world. (HOME embraces the major ecological issues that confront us and shows how everything on our planet is interconnected.)
In 200,000 years on Earth, humanity has upset the balance of the planet, established by nearly four billion years of evolution. The price to pay is high, but it is too late to be a pessimist: humanity has barely ten years to reverse the trend, become aware of the full extent of its spoliation of the Earth's riches and change its patterns of consumption.