Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home

Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home

Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home is a feature documentary about how the family household has become one of the most ferocious environmental predators of our time. Concerned for the future of his new baby boy Sebastian, writer and director Andrew Nisker takes an average urban family, the McDonalds, and asks them to keep every scrap of garbage that they create for three months. He then takes them on a journey to find out where it all goes and what it's doing to the world. From organic waste to the stuff they flush down the potty, the plastic bags they use to the water they drink out of bottles, the air pollution they create when transporting the kids around, to using lights at Christmas, the McDonalds discover that for every action there is a reaction that affects them and the entire planet. Everyday life under a microscope has never been so revealing. By the end of this trashy odyssey, you are truly inspired to revolutionaize your lifestyle for the sake of future generations.

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Jason P (us) wrote: I'm glad Viggo picks his roles carefully and this was an ideal script for him. Fantastic story line, cast ensemble, locations and set designs. A must see for every American family, young and old.

Guillaume L (br) wrote: Une petite deception, original et intelligent mais un peu trop "plan-plan" a mon gout. Surtout, le personnage et le jeu de Nanni Moretti sont plus insupportables que porteurs de la "folie" qui remueraient l'ensemble.

Teemu P (ca) wrote: Pretty much you would (should) expect from this sequel. I guess most of the people watched ITB1 'cos of Jessica Alba and not 'cos its plot. I guess this applies here too... Obviously Laura Vandervoort is no Jessica Alba but I'm sure some people will still be happy.As a movie, it's pretty much "worse than average" but it's still watchable. Maybe they should have shown more of the diving scenes so you'd had something nice (meaning the ocean and fish etc, obviously) to look at ;)

Muhammad K (us) wrote: this director reveals the truth which government still trying to hide

Jeremy D (ag) wrote: Wasn't that scary. It felt like a wanna be grudge, in the mountains...

Maark T (jp) wrote: What makes this coming of age story so interesting is that it is about one of last century's most influential figures. The scenery coupled with the music makes for a grand tour of South America.

Lady D (it) wrote: Bought but not yet watched

John H (au) wrote: I love the scene at the architecture firm where they don't want to pay a model maker, but refuse to let him take his models.

Carys E (it) wrote: I have no idea why I enjoyed this, but I really did. Simple pleasures

Gregory M (au) wrote: It got me stuck and I couldn't stop watching.I liked it but I really couldn't understand why I had to watch it after all.

George S (gb) wrote: First and one of the best of the classic Carry On movies.

Ben S (ca) wrote: Elia Kazan goes into thriller territory witb "Panic in the Streets," and the result is a well shot and strongly acted film.