Excellent photography and excellent message. I did find that the first 20 minutes were a bit slow but then it gets right down to how Man came to dominate just about every part of the earth and how we are - not so slowly - destroying our "Home". It details how we literally rape the planet of all minerals and fossil fuels with no regard for the fall out afterwards - i.e.: infertile landscapes, global warming, unethical treatment of livestock, and the poor. This is clearly driven by the greed of those "20 percent" who hold the bulk of the world's wealth. I found the movie very frightening in its portrayal of how man is headed down the path of self destruction and if we don't turn things around in the near future, then we may just be homeless. I tend to find a lot of movies of this genre a bit "preachy", but this was a well presented factual presentation. I especially liked the fact that it was not all "doom and gloom" and the last few minutes of the movie offered direction on how we can change the pattern and turn things around and look after our home. The movie left me feeling a bit uneasy and certainly more informed. I believe that was its goal. To sum it up, the cinematography and dialogue combine to weave a brief history of mankind on our planet and the effect that mankind is having on our Earth home. I would highly recommend this movie.