Don’t Look Up points the world to what we refuse to see.

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The new satirical movie Don’t Look Up led me to tears as it came to close, because it’s such a brutally real vision of how our world refuses to see the perils that surround us.

Dressed in a veneer of an end-of-the-world meteorite disaster film, all but the most tediously oblivious viewers (which I fear may be all too many) will see it for what it clearly is: A…

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Artist, environmentalist, vegan, feminist, atheist, nudist, cyclist, chocoholic, trekkie. Interested in issues of sustainability and equality — JamesGrigg.com

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Artist, environmentalist, vegan, feminist, atheist, nudist, cyclist, chocoholic, trekkie. Interested in issues of sustainability and equality — JamesGrigg.com

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