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Big miracle- análise de um filme que retrata problemas ambientais, 11ºano inglês, 1º período

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  • 1. 1.1 GENERAL MOVIE INFORMATION Director Based on Starring •Ken Kwapis •Freeing the Whales by Tom Rose •Drew Barrymore •John Krasinski Release date •3rd February, 2012 Running time •107 minutes Type •True story Genre •Family Topics •Ocean creatures, Wild animals Portuguese movie name: “O grande Milagre”
  • 2. 1.2. SYNOPSIS true story three whales in Alaska team work Synopsis Greenpeace volunteer rescue mission international story small-town reporter
  • 3. 1.3. MAIN CRACHETERS John Krasinski Drew Barrymore John Pingayak Wilma Bam- Bam Fred
  • 4. 1.4. TRAILER
  • 5. 1.5. FRONTSIDE/COVER
  • 6. 2.1. THE REAL STORY
  • 7. 2.2. FREEING THE WHALES BY TOM ROSE
  • 8. 2.3. NEWS
  • 9. 2.4. RESCUE OPERATION American Ice-breaking Villagers The Alaska Nothern oil corporation Started to cut a path in the ice leading to open water “De-icers” water pumps to keep ice from reforming overnight Icebreakers from the Soviet Union It broke the huge ice wall between the whales and the open water
  • 10. 3.1. THE ENDANGERED WHALES Why are they becoming extinct ? Overfishing – no food Whaling Water pollution Endangered whales Protect the environment How can we save them? Participate in campains against whaling Donate
  • 11. 3.2. WATER POLLUTION Whales trapped in nets • Can’t surface for air Drown • Can’t feed themselves Lost whales (sound pollution) • Sonar • Disrupt whales’ ability to communicate and navigate Oil Spill • Destroys whales’ habitats • Affects their health
  • 12. 3.3. WHALE HUNTING OR “WHALING” The slaughter has been increasing Why? For whale meat and oil Northen tribes' tradition Japan, Norway and Iceland
  • 13. petition
  • 14. 3.4. World greatest Environmental Organization - Protects the environment - Saves the endangered species “Listens” to the needs of the environment Greenpeace’s new year resolution: END WHALING! Makes the connection between the authorities and the environment
  • 15. 3.5. TEAM WORK Townspeople of Barrow, Alask a Indigenous Inupiat community US Government Rescue Greenpeace volunteer and reporter Soviet Union Big Oil
  • 16. 3.6. THE INFLUENCE OF THE MEDIA Mass media Let the public know of the situation Atracts people to Barrow Alaska Makes it international Gets sponsors Volunteers and helpers US Government Reporters Soviet Union Tourists Big Oil
  • 17. 3.7. LESSONS
  • 18. “THERE’S ALWAYS SOMETHING WE CAN DO!”
  • 19. 1. “There’s always something we can do” 2. Be the difference 3. Together we can do it
  • 20. THE END