For The Next Generation

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A film aiming to inspire positive change in a time that is very difficult for many across the planet, and to spread awareness of some serious challenges that lie ahead.

Question everything, including this.

Instead of reading a description to this film to find out what it’s about, watch it!

‘Better the pain of awareness than the agony of self-betrayal.’

For The Next Generation, 8.5 out of 10 based on 49 ratings

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  • Anonymous

    Mr. Jones, the film you are applauding is a book written by Cormac Mcarthy, not just a film.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Road

  • Anonymous

    Mr. Jones, the film you are applauding is a book written by Cormac Mcarthy, not just a film.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Road

  • Anonymous

    Mr. Jones, the film you are applauding is a book written by Cormac Mcarthy, not just a film.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Road

  • Mamas628

    Gives you alot to think about and to change about your current lifestyle

  • Hammy

    Loved this doc, and yes there are some tough things to face in this film, most of which won’t happen in your life, but what about our children…what are we leaving them? Post this film everywhere in your social medias, twitter, FB, etc. This has a great message.

    • Stevem464

      “not in our life time” why? why live it to the children? the sounds like a cop out to me. we need to sand up now, not pass the buck.

  • Trevor

    This “documentary” is really just a bunch of clips from other movies or documentaries, with “inspirational” messages. There’s no real plot, story, thesis, suggestion on how to solve problem or highlight of real issues whatsoever.

    If you’re interested in this then I suggest watching

    “Collapse”
    “End of Suburbia”
    “Earth”
    “Who killed the electric car”

    • Burkhardtchristopher

      its not a movie?

  • Trevor

    This “documentary” is really just a bunch of clips from other movies or documentaries, with “inspirational” messages. There’s no real plot, story, thesis, suggestion on how to solve problem or highlight of real issues whatsoever.

    If you’re interested in this then I suggest watching

    “Collapse”
    “End of Suburbia”
    “Earth”
    “Who killed the electric car”

  • Anonymous

    Anything that includes Alex Jones should immediately be discounted and watched with heavy skepticism.  The man has made millions off of the fear of the American public.  If you are too feeble minded to critically examine your sources, you have absolutely no business making a documentary.

    • Burkhardtchristopher

      anything that? I like to see grey rather then black and white…

  • Anonymous

    Sorry but anything with Alex Jones in it is immediately considered hog wash by any one with half a brain. This man has thoroughly ruined any hope of being taken seriously in my opinion. But I gave that the benefit of the doubt and tried to press further only to be posed with the question of why religion and fantasy do not get their fair share of the spot light as opposed to science, as if these were some how equal means of understanding the real world. Look it sounds really fair and balanced when you say we just want an equal playing field, the problem is that serious people do not give every opinion equal consideration- nor should they. To do so would be considered insane in most cases. After all my six year old nephew has an opinion on the origin of the universe as well, should he get his thirty minutes on the nightly news? Incredible claims with no real supporting evidence get disregarded in academia, live with it!! The next time you lay down on a surgeons table you might actually appreciate that fact.

    • Eli_webber1952

      waldo, nice wording ,but you are full of shit up to your fucking eyeballs ..

    • Burkhardtchristopher

       to what part of the documantary do you refer to?