A Plastic Ocean: a film review

A Plastic Ocean: a film review

Read a review of the film 'A Plastic Ocean' to practise and improve your reading skills.

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Average: 4.4 (133 votes)

Submitted by haiduong on Tue, 15/09/2020 - 14:36

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The damage we've done to the environment is quite enormous, not just limited in the plastic-consuming area. Other problems such as deforestation, exhaust fumes increasing,... are gradually killing Mother Earth. "Before the flood" also has a great demonstration of this. Our extensive emission of chemicals such as CFC, CO2,... has created the dilemma-global warming whose effects are greatly dangerous. Not only this is reflected in the film but also many other matters are, too. So just watch it and I promise you it'll be worth your time.

Submitted by Roblox on Thu, 10/09/2020 - 16:22

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I don't see a lot of these kind of movies but I know that the world is suffering because of using ginormous of plastic and I am concerned. It isn't just hurting mother nature but also animals. I am agree that we need to push government and society harder abandoning plastic for good. We need to move forward and protect our world and living things.

Submitted by Denmart on Mon, 31/08/2020 - 19:03

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Hello everyone! I'd like to recommend you a movie "The true cost". It's the movie that can make you think about real cost of clothes. It illustrates the devastating impact of the modern fashion industry on the countries of the third world and our lives. Spoiler alert: just a simple dress can destroy marine life in some meaning. We now produce a staggering amount of clothes every single day. An we throw away the same amount every day. Our consumerism that swallows our money, time and happiness also forces the people of India, Africa and other places work for 10 dollars/month. The movie "The true cost" is worth your attention. Just watch it.

Submitted by Rashy on Thu, 27/08/2020 - 09:11

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Hi i liked the course very much so this part of the course getting hard for me to understand because my level of English was lower before it helped me lot even though I could do with some help to understand these parts much appreciated

Submitted by Arezoo Maleki on Sat, 22/08/2020 - 14:38

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I highly recommend watching "Man on Wire". It's about Philippe Petit who performed an incredible act: He walked across the twin towers of New York on a high wire rigged between the two buildings. although he was arrested after 1-hour dancing on there he is truly inspiring man.it is summed up in one statement Anything is possible if you put all of your heart into your goal and refuse to give up!!"

Submitted by melisong56 on Thu, 20/08/2020 - 13:03

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I don’t really look much into the documentary films but I could recommend 一条 or we can call it “Yit” on youtube. It talks about the unique things of Chinese Lifestyle, in many sort of different way. What I like the most is when they talk about the architectural/Interior project that has been done in Asia. The channel itself has a very diligent way to shoot a scenes and represent the topic into amazing contents.

Submitted by nayelot on Mon, 17/08/2020 - 22:17

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Hello everyone! I would recommend a documentarie about disease problems, diet, food industrie. "What The Health" It is really good film. :)

Submitted by nastasime on Wed, 22/07/2020 - 09:40

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I also don't see the text and it's the first time I have this issue... I use firefox

Hello nastasime,

I'm sorry for the inconvenience. I've just checked this page in Firefox and was able to see the article. Could you please try using a different browser? Or you could try updating Firefox to the latest version.

I think that should work for you, but if not, please let us know. In the meantime, you're also welcome to read the article in the worksheet.

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Kirk

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Probably you are using a kind of adblocker, verify that, if so, you should deactivate or pause the restriction on this page.(that happened to me but using chrome)