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The Beauty

The Beauty
The Beauty

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Year

2020

Duration

4 minutes

Genres

Animation, Short Films

Language

English


Synopsis

A short film which shows us what the blue planet might look like if we continue to ignore the effect our consumption is having on it. We are shown familiar creatures and environments that have been altered by plastic, pollution and human indifference. Serving as a reminder of the ocean’s vastness and beauty as well as a warning of how we must protect it from environmental pollution, this digital animation can be used in conjunction with lessons about climate change and the natural world.

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