By Stephanie Ciccarelli
January 17, 2009
Have you watched this documentary?
Today we'll explore the voice over performance of presenter Alanis Morissette, Canadian musician and concerned environmentalist.
Hosted and narrated by singer Alanis Morissette, Global Warming : The Signs and the Science (2005), takes viewers across America to meet people from every walk of life who share stories uncovering the reality of climate change. Meet fascinating scientists who work at the edge of climate change and hear about their latest findings, both unsettling and indisputable, proving that global warming is clearly about much more than "just the heat".
As a professional singer, Alanis Morissette has a pleasing voice and knows how to phrase, intone and amiably deliver some of the most critical information about our earth and how we can clean up the air we breathe, among other things. Alanis' empowering voice is persuasive, authoritative and engaging. Her voice makes you want to make a difference.
A dozen years after the breakthrough debut of Jagged Little Pill, an album which earned four Grammys, sold 30 million records and spawned a dedicated worldwide fan base, Alanis Morissette remains not only an enduringly popular artist, but one whose success stems from a fierce commitment to authenticity and, to an equal extent, vulnerability.
If you'd like to learn more about this product, you can visit the PBS web page for Global Warming: The Signs and the Science. This documentary is available on PBS Home Video.
Looking forward to hearing what you think.
StephanieRelated Topics: Alanis Morissette, documentary, DVD, Global Warming: The Signs and the Science, how to, Narrator, Presenter
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