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Interactive video lesson plan for: What's The Problem?

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A short documentary about the problems in the world and ideas how people would fix them.

"I've been always interested in people's different opinions and point of views, especially what we as human beings think about our little world and what better question than ask people what they think the problem in the world is and not just that but also, if they gave me an answer, ask them if they have a solution for that problem or if they have been doing something about it and that is what this documentary is about. The objective was to show people's different point of views and put the question out there to people think about and maybe start doing something.
I interviewed more than 50 people around Vancouver (and surroundings in BC, Canada) and Seattle, WA (USA), some people refused to speak in front of the camera but they talked to me anyways... I was surprised that almost every single one of the people that I approached had something to say about the subject, another interesting fact is that our point of view of the problem in the world is (in most cases) defined by our environment, the people around us, our social status, etc... is this the way it should be? Or maybe that is another problem, we don't think outside our reflective and selfish bubble."

Finished November 09
By Jr.canest

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