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Concern for the world's water supply, and the right of all people to access this life sustaining resource are the topics behind the documentary Flow. Pulling in facts and opinions from around the globe, including India, the United States, Bolivia, director Irena Salina sets out to raise awareness of these critical issues.
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This documentary about the world’s water situation may be troubling for some young viewers. Impoverished people are shown waiting for water (some are not clothed). A riot over water access is seen, during which authorities push around some people and one woman falls to the ground. Overall, a balanced, positive message is presented.
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DVD Release Date: December 9, 2008
This documentary about the world’s water supplies will Flow onto DVD, with the following bonus materials in its wake: commentary by director Irena Salina and editor Caitlin Dixon, expanded interviews with internationally acclaimed experts, and extended scenes, clips and water related features. The disc also makes a Call to Resistance by offering action steps and links to other parties involved in the fight to preserve water resources.