Green Death of The Forests

  • Published 1 year ago
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This amazing film shows the impact of cutting down the rainforests and the exploitation of natural resources in Indonesia, seen from the point of view of Green, a dying orangutan.

With no human commentary, we’re told the story through visually stunning imagery, showing an amazing natural world being overpowered by scenes of destruction and animal cruelty.

The documentary follows Green in his last emotional days, revealing the devastating impact of clear-cutting.

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