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In 1971, a group of friends sail into a nuclear test zone, and their protest captures the world's imagination. Using never before seen archive that brings their extraordinary world to life, How To Change The World is the story of the pioneers who founded Greenpeace and defined the modern green movement.

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How To Change The World movie full length review - Moving and inspirational film on the rise of Greenpeace

In 1971 a group of friends in Vancouver got together to do something about President Nixon's plan to detonate a five mega ton nuclear device on Amchitka in The Aleutian chain of islands.

They had nothing but an idea and a load energy. They put together a run down boat and headed off to stand up to America's might. Slowly the World caught on to what was happening and eco activism suddenly started to become hip and more importantly it made the news headlines.

The de facto leader was Bob Hunter an enigmatic and very driven man who saw where the next battleground would be and that was to save the planets' biggest sentient beings ? the whale. The film follows how a group of friends beliefs awoken a World's conscience to what we were, and still are, collectively doing to destroy our planet. The sleep walking into a frazzled and broken future started to come to an end.

The film has archive footage with recent interviews with many of the players from those early days. The footage contains some very upsetting scenes of whale slaughter and the so called 'culling' of baby seals. One scene moved me to tears of a mother seal agonising over her little pups death. I have always been a supporter of Greenpeace and have campaigned in the past to save the whale as well as other issues that are close to my heart. This film made me get back some of the zeal that had eroded over the passing of years. I can not recommend this film enough, if you think ecologists are a bunch of tree hugging hippies who smoke too much pot; then watch this and think again ? completely essential viewing.