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MOVIE: “The Salt of the Earth” is Worth Watching for Many Reasons.

The 2014 documentary “The Salt of the Earth” follows Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado as he artistically records the state of mankind and nature over a period of more than 35 years. The film begins with amazing views of workers in a Brazilian gold mine, and concludes with re-forestation in the Atlantic rain forest. Directed by Wim Wenders and Salgado’s son Juliano, the award-winning film leaves the viewer with memorable images both good and bad. Available on NetFlix and YouTube.

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