GlastonburyFoE
Hallo,

Thank you for making this beautiful but utterly heart wrenching film.  We showed it as part of our Glastonbury Friends of the Earth film programme and I was glad I had watched it in advance and dealt with some of the grief with a couple of friends.  As it was, I could not sit through the death of the young albatross at the end again.  I am a Druid and I believe we have privileged human life over our non-human brothers and sisters too much.  This film confirmed my feeling.

We are beginning to work against single use and other plastics in our town. We do what we can but too late for so many of the other beings on this planet.

We have donated 20 dollars from donations made on the night.

With many blessings, in the belief that even in the darkest times we have the choice to light a candle and act for the good.

Liz Cruse (Glastonbury Friends of the Earth)
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Sullie Seagull
Liz Cruse I totally agree with you and I have already screened ALBATROSS in my city, Pawleys Island, South Carolina to a very receptive audience. I think that we are on the same page and I would like to friend you on Facebook. You can find me at Goffinet McLaren on Facebook. I have tried to find you without success. Hoping to share some ideas. Sincerely, Goffinet
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GlastonburyFoE
Hi, thanks so much for your response and I will search you out on Facebook.
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Sullie Seagull
Liz, I am from Carrickfergus, NI and when I came to live in Pawleys Island, SC I was horrified to find plastic of all kinds on the beach here. Finding plastic on a pristine beach changed my life as I have spent the past 12 years researching plastic of all kinds . I was fortunate to be introduced to Chris Jordan whom I followed carefully until his documentary, ALBATROSS, was released. I could not stop thinking about the albatross chicks for weeks. Although I am known as Sullie Seagull because of my book, I can be found at Goffinet McLaren on Facebook and look forward to making contact with you. Thank you so much.
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