Greta Thunberg’s journey from a ‘quiet teenage schoolgirl’ to the figurehead of a global climate movement has been captured for an upcoming documentary.
Those involved in the project are said to have been following the Swedish teenager since she first began her ‘school strike for the climate’ movement in Stockholm last August.
The film – with the working title ‘Greta’ – is slated for release on Hulu in the summer of 2020, Deadline reported. It will be produced by Cecilia Nessen and Frederik Heinig, through B-Reel Films, and is said to be directed by Swedish journalist and filmmaker Nathan Grossman.
The documentary will follow Greta as a ‘quiet teenage girl on the autistic spectrum’ who begins a climate campaign with one simple question: ‘If you don’t care about my future on earth, why should I care about my future in school?’ It will then show the eco-warrior as she becomes a world famous activist when her modest school strike evolves into a global movement within months.
Original source: www.dailymail.co.uk