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There is a lot of controversy over this. I really don’t know the right answer. Is it okay for a film maker to have scenes in a documentary that are not what the narrator is discussing? My gut says that this happens all of the time. Also, there was no question in my mind when I saw AIT that this portion of the film was CGI.
Of course, I didn’t know that it came from the movie “Day After Tomorrow” at the time but then I didn’t watch the credits and I am sure that he mentions them in the credits. I have long lost my copy of the movie so I can’t check that fact. If someone still has their copy of the DVD, please skip through to the end and check to see if the proper credit is given. You can leave a comment below to let us all know the truth.
If Mr. Gore did give credit to the movie, then it really isn’t a hoax as some people have claimed but perhaps the SPPI should update their count to 36 since this really is spin on the part of former Vice President Gore.
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