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Various governments and international agencies claim to be working to make life comfortable for people around the world.
Since the creation of the United Nations, world leaders meet annually to discuss the well-being of the citizens of the world. Some critics believe that this annual meeting is not bringing about any change because the priorities of the world have been misplaced by leaders.
In an attempt to show what is really happening on the ground and what citizens of the world really want for themselves, a group of people have taken the trouble to do the little they can to clarify the global picture for us.
One such concerned citizen of the world, is French born Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Mr Arthus is a well-known and incredible photographer, journalist, and reporter. He is also an environmentalist and a humanist.
To help us better understand the people of the world, Arthus has used his talent to put together a documentary film, titled Human, to show us what we do not see.
Collective-Evolution reports that Arthus also directed the stunning documentary, Home (which was watched by a whopping 600 million people around the world.)
Human, Arthus’ latest documentary, is so profound that even the United Nations could not deny it. The film was premiered last year at the General Assembly Meeting in New York City.
As part of the documentary, Arthus and his team of 16 journalists interviewed 2020 people from 60 different countries across the world. They asked each person the same 40 questions, covering many subjects such as family, love, religion, ambition, and failure.