This film was chosen for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. The Sundance Festival is, as you may know, famous for premiering films that have had a decidedly anti-establishment and left-leaning attitude so for this movie to be chosen is a real jaw-dropper.
Here's some quotes of reviews:
"When was the last time you saw a documentary that fundamentally changed the way you think?"
"The most important movie about the environment since 'An Inconvenient Truth'"
There's a very interesting premise in this movie. I want to see it when it comes out and hope it is released on Youtube quickly...
The only thing I do want to say is that, I don't believe in the theory of AGW, and so, if that's the premise of needed nuclear power, then I think it might be wrong... I do, though, believe that we have a lot of people on this earth who need to eat, live and have security. Wars over oil and resources are occurring more and more often. I do believe that we need to think about finding a way to safely use nuclear power. Thorium perhaps? Please refer to:
(If that link doesn't work, try this: http://modernmarketingjapan.blogspot.com/2012/05/japan-and-americas-nuclear-future-in.html)
Skepticism and an open mind are very good and healthy things!