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[Portuguese Translation] A World Worth Imagining

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Thursday, September 5th 2019, 10:20pm

A World Worth Imagining

This documentary gives a more personal insight into the origins and motivations of the man who could be described as the “Leonardo da Vinci of the 20th century”. In an intimate face-to-face, Jacque Fresco shares with S.O.U.L. founder Evan Gary Hirsch how he devoted his entire life to comprehensively designing a robust, workable tomorrow for our human family and planet. What could not have been known at the time was that this was to be Jacque’s final interview. In this half hour documentary, Jacque, who had just turned 101 years old(!), lets the audience see through his brilliant mind and into his compassionate heart, which was a fountain of overflowing love and respect for all living things and the precious Earth we call home.

After watching the full documentary, Jacque will leave you feeling as if you had just sat with your kind, loving grandfather who shared with you his life’s work. As he hands over the keys to solving society’s problems just before he passes, his hope is clearly that you will see his plans through to fruition for the benefit of all. As this passionate man obviously devoted his life to designing something much more nurturing, harmonious, and sustainable for humanity, it seems the least we can do for him, his legacy, and our future, is to see his designs move from conceptualization to realization. ( 31:45 )

Note: This documentary is not yet publicly released, so please do not pass around the dotSUB links just yet. Full release is expected sometime in November, 2019.


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