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Population Boom - UKGFF 2016 Trailer

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Published on Mar 18, 2016

Population Boom
Dir. Werner Boote
Running time: 91 min | Austria, Japan, Kenya, Bangladesh, China, Mexico & India (2013)

Showing in cinemas nationwide as a part of the UK Green Film Festival programme 2016. Find out more at... http://www.ukgreenfilmfestival.org

It’s a familiar horror scenario: seven billion global citizens. Declining resources, poisonous mountains of trash, hunger and climate change – consequences of human overpopulation? What is the truth behind this claim of overstrain, and where did the notion originate from? Which part of our population counts as “too many”? Following the acclaimed success of Plastic Planet, Werner Boote’s latest documentary Population Boom delivers a captivating exploration of this rarely challenged conception. On his journey across the globe, filmmaker Boote instead investigates an entirely different issue: who is the orchestrator of the catastrophe scenario?

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