This Is the Most Beautiful and Terrifying Portrait of Earth I've Seen

Over the course of 15 years, award-winning photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand crafted the most beautiful view of the Earth I've ever seen on the silver screen: Home is an exquisite vision of our world, full of pure bliss—and terrifying scenes.


Produced by Luc Besson, the movie's one hour and 33 minutes will give you goose bumps, taking you to 120 locations over 54 countries, showing the majestic nature of our planet in stark contrast with the effect of human industries and technology.

This movie has already been seen by 400 million people—200 million in China—but now it is arriving to the US. If you are in New York, you will be able to watch it in the big screen at the Village East Cinema for free. It's really amazing to watch it on a big screen, so I highly recommend you to go if you can.

But fear not: If you are not lucky to be in NYC—or is not showing in a screening near you—you can watch it right here. Enjoy!



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I whole-heartedly encourage you to carve some time out of your hectic life and watch this most incredible film.