"Le Mer", An Eco Fashion Short Film • Discoverology

“Le Mer”, An Eco Fashion Short Film

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We live in a society where we are not aware of the amount of plastic around us. Four children, from 6 to 11 years old, in recognizable two-color environments, where the plastic that coexists naturally with us stand out. Nobody cares. The kids will tell us what we are doing with our oceans and our planet.

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