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No pressure: the climate film that went too far?
7th October, 2010
Richard Curtis, the writer of Love Actually, this week hastily withdrew a controversial film produced for the 10:10 climate campaign after its contents - which included scenes of children being blown to bits - prompted a public outcry. The removal of the film from the 10:10 website has attracted even more attention to the 4 minute video however - prompting some to suggest that the entire episode was rigged. Judge for yourself...
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Re: No pressure: the climate film that went too far? I'm stunned. Quite obviously, though, this is an essence of the era and, to me, shows Nazism at its most virulent. Toe the party line, eh?
Re: No pressure: the climate film that went too far? Sowing the seeds of a fear based society? Glad that this film is receiving attention because we are a long way from an Orwellian "1984" nightmare and it should serve to wake people up to what life could be like if our leaders take too many wrong turns away from a free society.
Re: No pressure: the climate film that went too far? 10:10 is show biz. When you don't pay attention to them they get cranky and do things to get noticed. Please don't put them in the same categoty as real climate campaigners who are making a difference.
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