It sounds boring to say that the story saves us, but especially from existential and immediate threats. Ecological collapse..But at this important time Climate crisisThere is growing understanding that simply stating facts and numbers is not enough. People feel the urgency to take root and act, and we need stories and characters to portray the scale of devastation if we do not act. ‘NS.
The challenge is how to tell a story about climate change that not only attracts viewers but also takes action.
The BBC literally interpreted the briefs as follows: trick: A 90-minute drama of the so-called Climategate scandal in November 2009. Thousands of hacked documents and e-mail tranches from the University of East Anglia’s Climate Research Unit (CRU) have been circulated by climate denialists to claim that scientists are forging evidence.of global warming..
At the heart of the scandal was CRU director Phil Jones, who defended his findings through media storms and in the face of murder threats (before social media endangered them). I was forced to do that. The title refers to Jones’ reference in an email to a colleague about an out-of-context research method or “trick” to claim that Jones is manipulating the data.
trick He is a compelling and likable advocate of his own research on the harmful and gloomy efforts to focus on and undermine the pressure exerted on Jones (Jason Watkins). Since Jones is being attacked by integrity, he must not only believe in his findings, but also convince the public that the fate of mankind depends on doing so.
But Jones was struck, besieged, “Hockey stick” graph The surge in temperature should be a testament to itself. It greatly affects the frustration of the crisis communication teams (George MacKay and Jerome Flynn) sent by the university to help shape the story.
Watkins longs for Victoria Hamilton to support her husband in the portrayal of Jones’ wife Ruth, but almost commits suicide in the face of ominous threats and changing demands so she doesn’t know how to reach him. Provides an influential performance of a well-known man. “They can’t argue about the facts,” she says. “But that’s what they always do,” Jones explodes.
The brutal architecture of the University of East Anglia campus and the vast Norfolk coastline scene contribute to isolation and premonition.
But in the end, trick There’s a lot to say about the climate crisis, but I’m struggling with the fact that it doesn’t show much.The action takes place primarily in the office and ultimately in the office Parliamentary Special Committee Hearing, Jones is exempt from cheating. Movie scriptwriter Owen Sheers is wondering how far he can run, as the individual (or multiple individuals) responsible for the CRU email hack has not been identified. trick As a “conspiracy thriller” as it is billed by the BBC.
However, attempts to dramatize what is said to be “one of the most troublesome problems in modern society” should be admired, especially for its modern relevance. The strategic slander campaign against Jones was a clear pioneer of disinformation that hindered communication about today’s climate crisis and was very effective.
Climategate’s impact is said to take into account the failure of the United Nations COP15 Climate Change Summit in Copenhagen, Denmark. Even now, more than a decade later, many people mistakenly believe that scientists have been shown to be tinkering with numbers. trick At the moment when your stakes are higher than ever, it’s only worth it as another route to correct that misunderstanding.
Certainly, the timing of trick Is important, and this is clearly stated in the movie in response to police officers ridiculing how important stolen emails could be. The breach occurred three weeks before COP15 and is believed to have set the cause of climate change behavior several years ago. trick Broadcast within 1 month from COP26 in Glasgow, UK..
This movie is both a record correction and a warning. It’s never too late to make up for the lost time. But I can’t afford to waste any more.
trick It will air on BBC One at 8:30 pm on October 18, and will be available on iPlayer shortly after the broadcast.
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Trick Review: How the Climategate Scandal Rocked the World
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