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Michel Gondry has changed culture many times over. His Lego video may be the greatest video ever. And his Rubik’s Cube series are among the YouTube Hall of Fame. I look forward to the day when “Sweded” films take over from the corporate. Homemade always tastes better. This Star Wars trumps any thing Lucas did after the first three (and that is the TRUE first three, not the alternately titled first three). And the soundtrack ranks with John Williams’ best work.
And I mean that in the best possible way. We all need to dance, just like we all need to laugh. I think this proves both. What a way to see the world! 42 countries, including outer space! And all with happy feet (thanks to Ellen D. for the tip!)
In 1992, Severn Suzuki, age 13, spoke before the United Nations and told all the adults what harm they have done to the world, and asked them what they are going to do to save it. The world leaders listened closely to what she had to say.
Now is the time, for everyone to speak up, and ask what we can do. Actions speak louder than words. As Severn showed, one child can inspire millions to change their ways.