Okay, so this isn’t perfect, but it’s a start. Some issues are mentioned, some others are regrettably completely disregarded. I guess it’s because the whole question of whether aesthetic ideals are good or bad doesn’t exactly have an accepted answer as of yet.
I still personally think that the way this documentary appears to be directed makes it look as plastic as any advert on television… but at least the message is good.
PS: The kid talking at 5:05 is more well-spoken than a lot of “adults” I know and talk to in my everyday life. I want him to be my friend. Hahahaha