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The Green Life: Movie Review Friday -- The Ballad of Jack and Rose

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May 02, 2008

Movie Review Friday -- The Ballad of Jack and Rose

Escape to the movies with one of our "Film Fridays" selections. Each week we'll feature a movie review with environmentally or socially responsible themes that’s currently in theaters or available on DVD.

Seen a good eco-flick lately? Send us a review of 100 words or less and look for your review in the next Movie Friday!

The Ballad of Jack and Rose

There is definitely a sticky human-element in this coming-of-age film, but in the effort to intellectualize itself, it debates lifestyle choices, and grassroots activism against impending "progress."  The plot does not seem to aim for a moral or conclusion, but if seen as a kind of dream, it can leave you thinking about the loss of sacred land, losing communities that work hard for the greater good, and the loss of innocence.  A provocative film that green activists might enjoy relating to.

-- Review by Green Life Reader Amy M


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