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2025: The Long Hot Winter

2025: The Long Hot Winter
2025: The Long Hot Winter

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Year

2019

Duration

10 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Short Films

Language

English


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In 2025, a documentary film crew decides to brave the heat of winter and venture out into central London to interview members of the public during Christmas. The damaging effects of climate change are contrasted against British indifference as families eat their festive meals on rooftops under the beating sun and friends sunbathe together in the scorching hills of Hampstead Heath. This satirical mockumentary is full of funny moments but, dispersed throughout, are reminders that this is a reality that could very well be on the horizon. ‘2025: The Long Hot Winter’ tackles a vital subject in an entertaining fashion and is a perfect accompaniment to lessons about climate change and environmentalism. 

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