Recently, Paramount has combined with the leading ticketing company in the United States – Fandago held a special film screening at the Los Angeles City Theater, to promote the sequel to the film on the subject.
Natural disasters have won two Oscars – An Inconvenient Truth. The second part of the film that once made this history is officially An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power. At the event, actor Joseph Gordon Levitt hosted an interview with the film’s main character – former US Vice President Al Gore before the film took place.
When An Inconvenient Truth first debuted in 2006, the film shocked the world with its lively images and shocking figures showing the shocking truth about a series of disasters. going on globally. The film captures a powerful and inspirational, witty, funny speech by former US Vice President Al Gore, who has become co-owner of the Nobel Prize for thanks to his contributions. His contribution in the effort to bring knowledge about climate change to the community. After exactly a decade, the second In Invenvenient Truth will return to once again to make the whole humanity awaken to the fact that the nature is cruelly destroyed. Unlike the first part, this time An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power goes beyond the boundaries of the speech of the former vice president of the United States to follow in his footsteps around the world to spread the zeal of action in the war persistently build a more sustainable future for the Earth.
Exactly 10 years ago, An Inconvenient Truth was honored with a big applause from the most demanding audiences and critics of the prestigious Sundance film festival and then went on to win two gold statue awards. Best documentary film and best song in the Oscar ceremony. Besides, the film also sets a historical milestone when it grossed profit was $ 25.6 million. Although it was only limitedly released, an Inconvenient Sequel’s return: Truth To Power will bring more interesting and novel colors to the global environment panorama and promise to inspire a strong wave of inspiration in the community.