As far as environmental awareness documentaries go, this one is fairly standard. Cinematographic style, location scenery, and production quality remain consistent with the expectations of the movie group. Like in some of the genre’s greats – Moore’s Bowling for Columbine, Poitras’s Citizenfour and Spurlock’sSuper Size Me – Miller’s Tomorrow’s Power is littered with personal interviews and characters relevant to the narrative. This is where the similarities end, however. Tomorrow’s Power packs in compelling information, but is lacking the single most important thing a documentary can offer: the human element.
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