Overall, I was left with a positive vibe after watching no Impact Man. There were plenty of times when I got really annoyed with him though. He clearly put his ego in from of his family at times and wouldn’t embrace decisions made by his wife. There were also times when I thought he was being the most considerable man to the environment, hoping to inspire people to make the world a better place. He didn’t let small pleasures and demands from his wife that didn’t support his views get in the way of his dreams. I find that quality inspiring and relatable to myself in a way. The wife was a different story altogether. Most of the time she was really annoying and self centered, but it was understandable at times because of what her husband was doing. I did feel bad for her when she wanted to have a second child but he really didn’t want to. It then felt that he really was jeopardizing his family for this experiment of his. As far as saving the environment goes, I think he said it himself, that if he changed it wouldn’t make a difference. Even though its really cool and inspiring to see someone go that far changing their lifestyle to support the environment, it needs to make other people give up the modern lifestyle and do the same thing. I know I wouldn’t be able to do it, but it was nice to see some of the NYU students from the film were giving it a chance.