Makes one appreciate dirt in a new way when you think of it as a life giver rather than filth. Interesting that mud houses stay cooler in the summer and retain heat in the winter as opposed to concrete. Became almost too much to bear when facts such as industrialization, wars over soil and thousands of farmers in India who died by suicide discussed but soon turned hopeful by showing inner city green spaces and successful prison gardening programs. I liked the little cartoon dirt guy.
Some of it seemed derogatory against dark-skinned people. Too bourgeoisie.
funny, real, disturbing
Excellent look at what is under our feet, a whole world we can be so unaware of. It's about the health of our planet and ourselves.
This documentary is a very thought provoking movie. I know the way we abuse agriculture and about getting food from so far away being nutritionally deficient but never realized how we have abused the dirt, the foundation of life, of us. Made me think about dirt in a whole new light. If you care about your health and the environment this DVD is a must see.
Why is this such a good movie? It's uplifting. It tells us what each of us can do. It is educational. It is fun. It covers the topic from around the globe. It is great for all ages. It moves us forward.
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