To download the film in .mp4:


Note: Looks like we may have run up against Vimeo’s download limits. If the Vimeo download process outlined below does not work for you, please click here to download the HD version of the film from Google. If the Google link is not available for you, try this link to Dropbox. And if all else fails, use this link to download the HD version and use this link to download the SD version.


1. Click here to go to the film’s download page

2. Scroll down until you see the download button here, and click on it:

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3. When the Download box appears, select the file size that matches your bandwidth needs. The film is available in standard definition, and high definition. The bigger the file, the better your image — but also the longer it will take to download.

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To screen in languages other than English:

Subtitles will be available in the languages below. Some of them may still be in development and not yet available — thank you for your patience.

Once you have downloaded the film as described above, follow these instructions to play with subtitles.

To download the subtitles file, go to the Google Drive folder here. Click on the language you want (indicated by the language code below), and save the .srt file somewhere easy to find on your computer.

Then, when playing the film on your chosen video player, select the .srt file as your subtitles track, and it should give you subtitles in your language!

(If you don’t have a video player capable of this, VLC Player is a good option. Here is a tutorial on how to use subtitles in VLC Player.)


English – EN

Deutsch – DE

Español – ES

Français – FR

日本語 – JA

Italiano – IT

Nederlands – NL

Polski – PL

Português – PT

Türkçe – TR

Svenska – SV

български – BG

中文 – ZH

عربى – AR