We had an early start to the day on the morning of the showing of An Inconvenient Sequel. It had to be, we were going to San Francisco and arriving at some ridiculously early time like 9:45. I’m not even sure when the movie was showing!
When we finally got there (After a car ride, the ferry, and a long walk to the Exploratorium), we were early (Surprise, surprise). But I got to sit in this really comfy bed chair, the kind that’s so squashy that you just want to fall asleep in it. That really made up for it. Oh, and I also met a few people.
When it was time to go in, I was sitting next to a girl named Lila, and we sat and passed notes when the movie got a little intense. We were mostly giggling about a guy with a cheeseburger for a head (Sorry, inside joke).
As for the movie, this section contains spoiler alerts. Sorry.
This movie (In my opinion) had three parts: The first one was the scary facts, what’s going to happen in 10 years, that kind of stuff. I didn’t find out much about it because I was too busy sketching a lady with a baguette head. The next was a TON of footage from all the disasters that global warming had caused (i.e. Hurricanes, floods, typhoons, etc.). But the last part was really inspiring.
It had a ton of things, like the things people were doing, the things you could do, and how the situation was improving. At that point, I stopped drawing stick figures, because a peppermint head is pretty extreme.
I don’t know how to end this, because we did a ton of non-environmental activities afterwards.