I found this to be an extremely thought provoking short film. For me, it raised the question, "Is it too late for a revolution?" From the film's site:
'There's No Tomorrow ' is a half-hour animated documentary that deals with resource depletion, energy, and growth. The film is an introduction to the energy dilemmas facing the world today.
There's No Tomorrow:
A little off topic; in the FAQ's of the film's website is this: Q: Would you do it again if you knew how long it was going to take?
A: No. In the intervening years, it's become clear that people are deeply set in their opinions, and that most of the writing/commentary/movies that are made simply reinforce existing beliefs, rather than change them. In addition, dealing with this subject is likely to have one labelled a Eugenicist/Genocidal-maniac/NWO-puppet/Illuminati/Oil-industry-shill/The AntiChrist, or worse.
It would have been wiser to create a cartoon about crime-fighting squirrels with super-powers.
I'm sure this is a sentiment most of us could sympathize with.
As depressing as it all is from a certain perspective, it's strangely peaceful to imagine everything going back to a sort of pre-industrial age. It's not like we were going to be on Earth forever, anyway.
Although there's still space exploration to raise possible hopes of outliving the planet, but no one seems interested in THAT anymore, except for a certain megalomaniac crackpot who wants to make the Moon the 51st state.
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