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An Inconvenient Truth

(2006)1h 36mPG
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This two-time Oscar-winning documentary is a wake-up call that cuts through myths and misconceptions to deliver the message that global warming is a real and present danger. An Inconvenient Truth brings home Gore's persuasive argument that we must act now to save the earth.
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