Director Gregory Greene's 2004 film The End of Suburbia offered a sobering look at the dynamics of peak oil and the pressing need to rethink the way that society is structured. Now, as Alberta stands at a historic crossroads as a direct result of impending nuclear power, water crises, and environmental devastation, Greene turns his lens on three unique characters whose lives are about to be dramatically changed in ways they could have never imagined. Historic fact and common sense both dictate that a society structured around the availability of cheap and abundant oil will collapse when that precious resource becomes increasingly rare and imposingly priced. As this fearsome turn of events begins to take root in reality, Greene explores the blind eye that government and corporate entities are turning towards their responsibilities while exposing a providence-wide democratic deficit and asking why solutions aren't being implemented before it's too late.
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