Jennifer Baichwal's award-winning documentary centres on renowned artist Edward Burtynsky whose large-scale photographs portray the devastating impact of industrial expansion on the environment.
Baichwal observes the artist at work amid some of the most surreal landscapes of the 21st century: China's mountains of computer waste; the Yangtze River where whole towns are disappearing in the flooding caused by the Three Gorges Dam; the shipbreaking yards of Bangladesh; Shanghai,
with its increasingly crowded skyline and millions of new inhabitants. It covers ground similar to An Inconvenient Truth, Koyaanisquati and The 11th Hour.
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