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Nobody (and given my experiences with climate deniers, I speak with some authority here) has been more vilified for their efforts to communicate the climate threat than Al Gore.
As US vice-president under Bill Clinton, Gore became the figurehead of the movement to combat human-driven global warming.
This instalment is an attempt to show us how striking climate impacts have become in the decade since his first movie.
While Gore and Schwarzenegger closed down the party chomping on those cigars, fun-loving Cannes jury member Will Smith was one of the first famous faces to show up, looking fly in a tuxedo ribbed with white ribbon. “Come here, I need to give you a hug.” As the party got going, among the first people to arrive was Soon the outdoor space filled up with the likes of Smith’s fellow jury member, Jessica Chastain, as well as plenty of folks whose movies are subject to their votes, including Julianne Moore, here for Todd Haynes’s — including Paul Dano, Lily Collins, Giancarlo Esposito, Steven Yeun, and director Bong Joon-ho — who’d frequently break out into dance-offs with Swinton’s younger boyfriend, Sandro Kopp. When Kendall Jenner swept in the room with her four-member model posse, towering over everyone, someone next to me remarked, “Are they genetically modified?
Knowing that Al Gore is still optimistic is a shot in the arm at a time of uncertainty.