>I'm not buying this guy's thesis. He has a valid point in his >critique of the "political" portions, where they show Al Gore >looking sad and try to offer a fawning biography of his >career. Those portions of the movie don't work that well, and >could detract from the much more important message it is >trying to get across.
Found out from the director Q&A that Gore wasn't sure about the personal portions but Guggenheim told Gore to "trust him." Guggenheim lives in Venice and said he'd be underwater if sea level rose.