posted on May, 14 2011 @ 09:42 AM
saw this movie with a friend in DC last friday, Loved it! talks about how we are all connected and how each one of our actions has an impact on the
world around us...
this review I found gives a picture what the Doc is about
Quoting from the movie Wall Street, Gordon Gekko, “Greed is good. Greed is right, greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts through, and captures the
essence of the evolutionary spirit.” The film shows how the economy is treated like a competitive numbers game. The message is clear that this
massive accumulation of wealth by a select few is against our human nature.
The film does an excellent job showing how cooperation is the key to the human race’s survival, not competition. In Mother Nature, several animal
species are shown sharing and helping one another in the wild. Even ants look out for each other.
This brings us to the title of the film, “I am.” It basically means that you are responsible to make a difference within your community. Whether
it’s through volunteer work at your local soup kitchen, giving that homeless guy with a sign at the corner five bucks, or simplifying your life
from all the unnecessary toys we all accumulate in our garages. Major change in our society takes place within each individual. For example,
segregation ended in America because as Desmond Tutu simply puts it, enough people got concerned to make it change. It starts one person at a
- Daniel De Lago
Continue reading on Examiner.com: I Am The Documentary: movie review - Boise Movies | Examiner.com