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ScreenCrave - 2012: Time For Change: DVD Review

by Laura Aguirre, published on November 23, 2010

2012: Time for Change is not like the 2012 you saw last year. There is no John Cusack running around in a limo or flying a giant Russian airplane, instead there is a hippie on a mission. This is a documentary about the earth and the connection humans have to it. It’s about preservation and using other ways aside from agriculture to feed people. There are some special appearances such as by notable director David Lynch and Oscar Nominee Ellen Page.

The Players:The Plot:

2012: Time For Change is a documentary that presents ways to transform the unsustainable society into a regenerative planetary culture. According to the documentary and its director, this can be achieved through a personal and global change of consciousness and the systemic implementation of ecological design.

The Good:The Not-So-Good:Overall:

2012: Time for Change is an education documentary that serves its purpose. It isn’t about the end of the world, though they do mention it a bit, it’s about connecting with the earth through other means than agriculture and industrialization. The conclusion is that we might be on the cusp of immense change, but for the good, because change is good.

Rating: 8/10

Check out more of 2012: Time for Change on their website.

Source: screencrave.com