David Suzuki, iconic Canadian scientist, educator, broadcaster, and activist, delivers a lecture on the eve of his 75th birthday, which he describes as a distillation of his life and thoughts, his legacy, what he wants to say before he dies. Filmed before a live audience, in front of a memory box of moving, distilled images, he articulates a core, urgent message: the limits of the biosphere have been exhausted and it is imperative that humans rethink their relationship with the natural world. Interweaving the lecture with scenes from places and events in Suzuki's life, the film is also a biography of ideas born of the major social, scientific, cultural and political events of the last 70 years.
Produced by Janice Tufford and Sturla Gunnarsson ; directed by Sturla Gunnarsson.
Presented by David Suzuki.
DVD release of the 2010 documentary film.
"16th June 2010" -- Screen.
Produced by Entertainment One in co-production with The National Film Board of Canada.
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