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The actor’s speech Mark Ruffalo upon receiving the Golden Globes for best actor for his participation in the miniseries The undeniable truth, marked one of the most talked about moments of the ceremony.

As it was broadcast virtually, all the nominees experienced the ceremony in their homes, which gave them the opportunity to share with their family and friends. In the House of Ruffalo It was no different, which is why the unexpected appearance of her children during her speech of thanks was very funny. But, outside of the anecdote, the content of his speech, although brief, was quite significant.

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And it is that the environmentalist spirit of Ruffalo is greener than Hulk and took the opportunity to express it. Both in his social networks and in statements and protests, the actor has denounced the destruction of the planet, water pollution, climate change and, especially, the consequences of ‘fraking’, a form of extraction of highly polluting shale gas which has sparked various protests around the world.

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WE HAVE A DYING MOTHER (…) AND IT IS MOTHER EARTH

The speech of Mark Ruffalo It was a message of hope, with a nod to the new era in the United States – post Donald Trump – and a call to reconnect as humanity: What connects us is greater than what keeps us apart, and the more we include, see and listen to each other, the faster we will heal our broken hearts and minds.

Mark Ruffalo with his family after winning at the 2021 Golden Globes (Photo: TNT Capture)
Mark Ruffalo with his family after winning at the 2021 Golden Globes (Photo: TNT Capture)

He then continued with the comparison of nature with a mother in danger of death: We have a dying mother as the mother of our story and she is Mother Earth. We must come to balance with her and honor her, and she will heal too, so let’s be brave together. Let’s turn the page to the cruel past of this nation.

For the hero of Marvel, this new year is undoubtedly a new opportunity to turn the page and increase the ecological care of the planet: The good news is inclusion and justice and caring for Mother Earth is emerging everywhere. The pious light of decency is breaking through the hateful dark storm we’ve been living through. We’re in this together, we’re the ones we’ve been waiting for so let’s do this now.

Remember that Ruffalo was one of the voices that permanently shouted against Donald Trump. Although his position is political, he has stated that he does not intend to run for any office.

MARK RUFFALO AND HIS ACTIVISM ON SOCIAL MEDIA

The daily life of the actor, as well as that of other Hollywood stars who changed his life and committed to important causes such as Leonardo Dicaprio, Brad Pitt O Marion Cotillard, it is tracked on your personal accounts. Here is a small tour of the causes that the actor usually pursues and shares with his followers in Instagram.

SUIT AND TIE SUPERHERO

Living a life committed to caring for the planet doesn’t prevent your acting career from being influenced by your activism. That is why the leading role in The price of the truth (2019) fit Ruffalo like a glove.

In the same style of Erin Brockovich, Rob Bilott (interpreted by Ruffalo) aims to unmask one of the largest corporations in the world after confirming the terrible effects of water pollution on the health of the families who live around it. Bilott, a successful lawyer for precisely large chemical companies, finds himself faced with a moral dilemma and decides to support the victims despite the risks. It is an attractive film because it is based on real experiences.

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In an Infobae article about this film, it is mentioned that Ruffalo “He has been fighting for a long time against the climate crisis and militates for the increase in the use of renewable energies, he co-founded Water Defense in March 2011 to raise awareness about the impact of obtaining energy on water and on public health; the following year, it helped launch The Solutions Project, as part of its mission to disseminate science, business and culture that demonstrate the viability of renewable energies ”.

As we saw at the gala, Ruffalo still has a lot of enthusiasm to continue the struggles in favor of the care of the planet, a necessary role that goes beyond fiction.

THE UNDENIED TRUTH (2020), NOMINATED TO THE GOLDEN GLOBES

The undeniable truth, nominated for best limited series in the Golden Globes 2021, is based on the bestselling Wally Lamb novel, written and directed by Derek Cianfrance, and stars Mark Ruffalo, this limited series follows Dominick Birdsey as he struggles to care for his twin brother, Thomas, as he discovers the truth about his own family history.

Mark Ruffalo in a scene from "I Know This Much is True".  From left to right, like twins Thomas and Dominick Birdsay.  Photo: HBO.
Mark Ruffalo in a scene from “I Know This Much is True.” From left to right, like twins Thomas and Dominick Birdsay. Photo: HBO.

YOUR FILMS ON STREAM

Here is a list of the movies and series in which Mark Ruffalo participates and they are available on streaming platforms:

Available in HBO GO

  • “The undeniable truth” (2020)
  • “Eternal glow of a death without memories” (2004)
  • “A normal heart” (2014)

Available in Amazon Prime Video

  • “The price of truth” (2019)
  • “The Undeniable Truth” (2020) – Season 1
  • “Marvel’s The Avengers” (2012)
  • “Marvel Studios’ The Avengers” (4K UHD) (2012)
  • “13 Going On 30″
  • “Spotlight” (2015)

Available in Netflix

  • “The sinister island” (2010)
  • “The Illusionists” (2013)
  • “Nothing is what it seems” (2016)

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