In the second series of films about radical ecological architecture we move from the States to see how it is being implemented in Europe and the Arabian Gulf.
We then see how the ideas behind the movement can influence the way we are presently living and relating to each other in suburbia and the inner cities which have been devastated by decades of neglect.
The next film shows how this movement is spreading worldwide with a look at its success in Thailand, where the rural villagers take so readily to re-establishing not just sustainable buildings but sustainable communities.
The series then rounds up with voices by some of the main people involved in the movement.
Altogether this is one of the more radical series of films addressing the ills of our age, and offering viable alternatives for those who are willing to try them.
The series is made by the Red Pharmacy, directed by David Sheen, and with great music by Ilya Yakovlev.
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