Planet RE:think World Premiere reactions from aceandace on Vimeo.

The film brought out a mix of emotions in the high profiled audience, both shocking and inspiring the red carpet delegates. However, most importantly they were all left hopeful with the solutions and stories the film presents, emphasizing how we together can change the scope of our future on this finite planet

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    Back to the start
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