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Living in the Future’s Past 2018 123movies

Living in the Future’s Past 2018 123movies

What kind of future would you like to see?Feb. 01, 201883 Min.
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Watch: Living in the Future’s Past 2018 123movies, Full Movie Online – What kind of future do we want to live in? Jeff Bridges presents this beautifully photographed 4K tour de force of original thinking on who we are and the life challenges we face. This film upends our way of thinking and provides original insights into our subconscious motivations, the unintended consequences, and how our fundamental nature influences our future as mankind..
Plot: Jeff Bridges, alongside prominent scientists and authors, weaves evolution, emergence, entropy, dark ecology, and what some are calling the end of nature, into a story that helps us understand our place among the species of Earth’s household.
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6.9/10 Votes: 413
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N/A Votes: 5 Popularity: 3.356 | TMDB

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A Must Watch Film!
This film is incredibly important and should be required viewing for all humans. I love the idea of all of us asking ourselves, “what kind of future do we want to see?” So powerful, plus the cinematography is amazing! Susan Kucera and Jeff Bridges made a great movie.
Review By: improvdk-322-445906
who we are, where we’re going
Greetings again from the darkness. Director Susan Kucera and producer/narrator Jeff Bridges are smart enough to avoid cramming another preachy, guilt-laden, ‘destroying the world’ documentary down our movie-going throats (which is where popcorn belongs). Instead, they deliver a thought-provoking look at who we are, where we have come from, and where are we headed based on our actions and decisions of today.

Breath-taking photography is on display throughout the film – much of it in the beautiful National Geographic style we have become spoiled with over the years. Some of it is even more dramatic and impactful. There are images of the ocean, the earth and of space. When Bridges’ familiar and warm voice tells us “The sky itself is not the limit”, we realize this movie is something different than expected.

Many experts are paraded out, and they come from various segments of society: Ecological writer and researcher Timothy Morton, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander General Wesley Clark (if I messed up that title, I hope he forgives me), Ethnobotanist (had to look that up) Mark Plotkin, Astronaut Piers Sellers (since deceased), Physicist Leonard Mlodinow, as well as other scientists, politicians, and professors. The conceptual links between evolution and energy are a bit esoteric at first, but explanations and examples bring clarification.

Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the presentation is the blend of the scientific with the philosophical. The theory that what we “need” or “desire” drives our motivation on decisions and actions seems more than plausible. It is explained that we are “cultural beings” and our inherent need for group identity leads to the mass consumerism of society.

The difference between adapting to our environment versus controlling it, is made clear by the comparison of bees and ants to our own mega-growth cities. Mr. Bridges’ long time home was recently destroyed by the Montecito mudslides, but that fact is not part of the film. Ms. Kucera’s film is not a lecture about climate change or how humans are ruining the planet, although it is certainly intimated. Instead, this is more about humanity – what makes us tick and what environmental challenges do we face now and in the future? How do we shift our decision-making from based on our own comfort and convenience to long term sustainability of our species (and others)? The film is presented well, thought-provoking, and yes, quite beautiful to look at.

Review By: ferguson-6

Other Information:

Original Title Living in the Future’s Past
Release Date 2018-02-01
Release Year 2018

Original Language en
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Status Released
Rated TV-PG
Genre Documentary
Director Susan Kucera
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Actors Jeff Bridges, Piers Sellers, Wesley Clark
Country United States
Awards 9 wins & 2 nominations
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Living in the Future’s Past 2018 123movies
Original title Living in the Future's Past
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