This is not a review. Rather it is the announcement of the single screening—the Asheville premiere—of the new documentary World Peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements, which is described by the sponsors as “an award-winning documentary film set in a Charlottesville, Va., public school” that “depicts the transformation that happens as a class of students at a neighborhood public school work to solve all of the Earth’s crises with a balanced budget. During the game, students assume the roles of world leaders confronted by an ongoing series of military, economic and environmental crises teaching students the ‘work of peace.’ The goal is to free each country from dangerous circumstances and attain global prosperity with the least military intervention possible.” More at www.worldpeaceavl.com
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