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The trash will be under discussion in the session + Philos Globosat

The trash will be under discussion in the session + Philos Globosat

Saturday, 12 September, at 4:30 pm

The Philos Session next Saturday, day 12, will display in the channel + The award-winning documentary "Garbage globosat, a Global problem ". In the movie, Jeremy Irons Director travels the world to show paradisiacal places that were taken by billions of tons of garbage and devastated by pollution.

Garbage – A Global Problem
Year: 2012

Rating: 10 years
Director: Jeremy Irons
Country: England
Duration: 100 minutes
Synopsis: The award-winning documentary features one of the most serious global problems: the trash. Jeremy Irons travels the world and focuses on a series of idyllic landscapes devastated by pollution, with billions of tons of waste produced every day.

Saturdays, at 4:30 pm.

12/09 -"Trash-A Global Problem"

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