|Release||April 15, 2011 (Limited)|
Explore the very concrete local solutions to the global ecological mess. What are the common points between the millions of landless workers of the plains of Brazil, a couple of microbiologists in France, the world's biggest organic plantation in Ukraine and Vandana Shina's experimental farms in India? Their struggle: a better soil quality and a wiser access to seeds.
Their goals: agricultural self-sufficiency and a better use of limited resources. Award-winning filmmaker Coline Serreau, who started her career with militant documentaries, returns to her grassroot techniques: she travels the world in search of the ones who respect the soil and she sheds a new light on the multiple initiatives that will allow every one answer the question what can I do to save our planet.