French environmentalist and photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand's film Home, which was recently released world-wide in a record 181 countries, chronicles the current state of our impact upon the Earth's environment. Comprised of stunning aerial photography and a moving musical score, the film was made available on YouTube on the same day as it debuted in theatres across the world.
In the Library:
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