Here’s The Sequel To 'An Inconvenient Truth', Set To Be Released In Malaysia Soon

This is a film you should definitely watch.

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The sequel to the film An Inconvenient Truth is now going to be released

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It will also be known as An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.

It once again features well-known environmentalist, Al Gore, detailing his efforts to tackle the issue of climate change

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The first film had broken box office records and is the only documentary to ever have won two Oscars

It was known for laying out the clear and hard evidence for global warming without sugarcoating any of the important details. It was considered by many to be a success and had brought the issue of climate change into popular culture.

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An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power will now address how far we've come since then and how much left we still have to do, focusing largely on efforts to promote renewable energy.

In the film, Al Gore speaks of climate change as a moral issue

Al Gore is an American environmentalist who was also the country's 45th Vice President. Since leaving the political arena, he has been a prominent writer and activist, pursuing efforts to combat global warming.

His work had earned him the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize along with several other awards recognizing his work in climate change activism.

He wants his audience to realise that it is us and solely because of us that global warming has become a threat to us and that we as human beings should feel a sense of duty.

In the film, he angrily says, “Couldn’t you hear what the scientists were saying? Couldn’t you hear what Mother Nature was screaming at you?”

It also follows his journey as he travels the world seeking forces to help his cause

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You'll see him interview refugees, recruit other activists and provide hard-hitting evidence that back all of his claims.

The film premieres in Malaysia on 24 August. Watch the trailer here:

"Don't let anybody tell you we're gonna get on rocketships and live on Mars," Al Gore says. "This is our home."

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