reply to post by OneManArmy
Good question, why is the movie not for free ?
I would support it being free, since it's such a important message.
On the other hand, the guy put so much time and effort in it, it's only fair he get's something back.
I watched it (for free) and gave it a donation. I love the donation system because you can give as much as YOU think it's worth, and how much you can
afford to spend.
Myself I am in the position that I do a lot of creative things, Photo and Video, in general for free, so I still have to work to afford it. I still
wish I could live from being creative alone. On the other hand i can do whatever I want, if I do not have to be creative for money.
Why he does not point out other bad things about Procter & Gamble.
Well, for one i love the positive side about the movie, it's more about going for solutions then about pointing out.
Fair enough he first have to display the problem, so there is pointing out in the first part.
I am personally over the pointing out part. I had enough of it and want to move forward to solutions instead of dwelling in the misery.
Another point: Family. If i have Issues with what a family member does, I discuss it with them in private and I do not make a movie about it. I am not
into backstabbing in public.
Take what you like about the movie, forget the things you do not like.
(My example with David Icke; some of his stuff is just utter BS in my book. But what he said in Thrive i can support fully)
A Question to you: what is the fear behind your questions ?
What hinders you to take on the positive things displayed in the movie?
What hinders you to make it happen ?