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Gorgeous HOME Documentary Back Online!

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Last June, Youtube sent a gift to the online masses with a limited viewing of the stunning eco-documentary HOME. The event marked the first time a global audience could watch a movie online, in movie theaters, on TV stations, and on outdoor screens around the world at the exact same time.

To be sure, the film is a visual feast for the eyes. More than that however, HOME will get you thinking about our relationship to the planet in ways few documentaries can. As the director Yann Arthus-Bertrand said, “From the sky, there’s less need for explanations.”

It now appears that the stunning doc is back up on Youtube and open to all once more. I highly encourage taking a bit of time to soak up the beauty of this film. It’s a trip you won’t soon forget. Hit it here.

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