The 11th Hour

Was at KL Performing Arts Centre(KLPAC) yesterday for the Premiere of The 11th Hour. The movie is sponsored by YTL Group in conjunction with Climate Change Week 2008. This project is initiated by Ms Ruth Yeoh Pei Cheen (Tan Sri Dato’ Dr Francis Yeoh eldest daughter and granddaughter to Tan Sri Dato' Seri Yeoh Tiong Lay [simplified Chinese: 杨忠礼; traditional Chinese: 楊忠禮; pinyin: Yáng Zhōnglǐ], age 25) YTL Group's Director of Investment and Mr Jacob Yeoh (Ruth Yeoh's brother, age 24) Syarikat Pembinaan Yeoh Tiong Lay Sdn Bhd's Executive Director.

Arrived at KLPAC 15 minutes before the scheduled screening, the place was rather packed with cars, so I've to park quite far away. Anyway, here's some pictures:
The 11th Hour WALL
Someones Artwork with messages written on 3m PostIt paper.
Another artwork on display at the foyer.
The foyer KLPAC's Wall of Fame
The Entrance to Pentas 2, this I'm suppose to go.
This way to my seat.
Managed to get a nice seat at the top of the auditorium. The screen is rather small right?
Side view of the auditorium
Look at the colourful seats, feels like I'm back in kindergarden.
There goes the light and here come the movie. Too bad I was prohibited to snap any picture during the movie.

About the movie: The title "The 11th Hour" simply means we are running out of time and we have to act before it's too late. Its an educational mind provoking documentary on how the human race has endangered the world. One important message which I got from the movie was: Save the Environment should be called save the human race, because ultimately the human race is at risk when the environment is endangered.


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