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An Inconvenient Truth

"By far the most terrifying film you will ever see."

A documentary on Al Gore's campaign to make the issue of global warming a recognized problem worldwide.

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Released: May 24th, 2006
Budget: $1,000,000.00
Revenue: $46,243,000.00

An Inconvenient Truth Main Cast

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Al Gore
Al Gore
plays Himself
George W. Bush
George W. Bush
plays Himself
Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan
plays Himself
Billy West
Billy West
plays (voiced)
George Bush
George Bush
plays Himself
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • The DVD case in which the film is packaged is made from 100% recycled cardboard.
  • 50,000 copies of the film were given away to teachers in the United States via the participate.net website between 18 December 2006 and 18 January 2007.
  • In the documentary, Al Gore states the United States is one of two industrialized countries not to ratify the Kyoto Protocol, the other being Australia. On December 3, 2007 (inauguration day), more than a year after the documentary was released, the new Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd signed the Kyoto Protocol.
  • This is the first carbon-neutral documentary. NativeEnergy, which works with individuals and organizations to help them compensate for their contributions to global warming, calculated the "carbon footprint" from producing the film, including all travel, office, and accommodations related emissions. The company then offset emissions through renewable energy credits or "green tags from new renewable energy projects. Paramount Classics and Participant will split the cost of these tags; the funds will go towards helping build new Native American, Alaskan Native Village, and farmer-owned renewable energy projects, creating sustainable economies for communities in need and diversifying our energy supply. As Participant founder Jeff Skoll explains: "It would be ironic, not to mention wrong, if we added to the global warming that Al Gore warns about in his film. Plus, these renewable energy projects offer options that will decrease our demand for fossil fuels and otherwise would likely not happen without these kinds of investments." Participant, NativeEnergy and Warner Bros. partnered in a similar way on Stephen Gaghan's film, Syriana, where 100% of the carbon dioxide emissions generated by the production were translated into investments into renewable energy. This follows on from the first "carbon neutral" film The Day After Tomorrow, which director Roland Emmerich paid for out of his own pocket.
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