Watch Manufactured Landscapes
- 1 hr 30 min
This is a gritty documentary that follows Edward Burtynsky as he travels to some industrial areas of China. Burtynsky is a photographer that tries to illustrate how the landscapes of China have changed due to man and their polluting the landscapes with man made industrial compounds. The photographer visits many factories, where all kinds of goods are manufactured. Many of the goods produced at these factories are shipped to the United States. It's a film that balances environment with commercialism and has a lot of political and moral questions raised through the film and the pictures captured by the lens of Burtynsky.