10:10 No Pressure

The short film, 10:10 No Pressure, was withdrawn the day after it first appeared, due to a negative reception from the press and MMGW deniers. I provided a link to it in my original 2010 post, which has of course gone dead. Wikipedia said:

No Pressure is a controversial 2010 short film produced by the global warming mitigation campaign 10:10, written byRichard Curtis and Franny Armstrong, and directed by Dougal Wilson. Intended for cinema and television advertisements, No Pressure is composed of scenes in which a variety of people in every-day situations are graphically blown to pieces for failing to be sufficiently enthusiastic about the 10:10 campaign to reduce CO2 emissions. The film’s makers said that they viewed No Pressure as “a funny and satirical tongue-in-cheek little film in the over-the-top style of Monty Python or South Park”. Before its release, The Guardian described it as “attention-grabbing” and “pretty edgy.”

I agree, and hate censorship, so I dug up another link for you to enjoy.