Flow: For the Love of Water

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Irena Salina's award-winning documentary investigation into what experts label the most important political and environmental issue of the 21st Century - The World Water Crisis. Salina builds a case against the growing privatization of the world!s dwindling fresh water supply with an unflinching focus on politics, pollution, human rights, and the emergence of a domineering world water cartel. Interviews with scientists and activists intelligently reveal the rapidly building crisis, at both the global and human scale, and the film introduces many of the governmental and corporate culprits behind the water grab, while begging the question can anyone really own water?! Beyond identifying the problem, Flow also gives viewers a look at the people and institutions providing practical solutions to the water crisis and those developing new technologies, which are fast becoming blueprints for a successful global and economic turnaround.

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  • Very insightful and powerful! Where can the movie be purchased?

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  • Kyle rahmadam james 6 years ago

    Wow This movie makes me disgusted at the out right! this movie makes me so sad so angry so mad that i feel like i could hurt these people! how can they treat humans if we are garbarge as if we are no better then animals worse then animals! all for what money and this is a system that we want we the consumers want i hope each and single one of you enjoy your big houses and fancy cars and fashionable clothes becase one day we will be worse off then 3rd world countries! what goes around and people are so blind to see how dependant we are on the these companies for providing the neccessidies of life! yall should wake up and do something get off you fat lazy egotistic asses and do more then write to your stupid politions that dont give a rats ass about you! probally most likely you do not give a fuck about nothing your self so why try! people just say they care but cant walk the walk! I watch this video but i do not no what to do! what the helll should we do maybe people need to join together and rebell

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  • Michele 6 years ago

    I only drink Kangen Water, 9.5 ph, and now I will look into getting a shower filter, the anaspa.

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  • Michele 6 years ago

    Very important, water is the main life force of our lives and planet. Water should be policed and people held accountable for causing toxicity to it.

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  • Roderick and Cynthia Brown 6 years ago

    WE RECENTLY SAW THIS FILM ON THE SUNDANCE CHANNEL...AND WE HAVE E-MAILED ALL OF OUR FRIENDS TO VIEW THIS FILM HERE. EVERYONE SHOULD BE AWARE OF THIS SITUATION....AND...WE WILL NEVER LOOK AT THE COKE COMPANY IN THE SAME WAY AGAIN! APPALLING WHAT THEY HAVE DONE.

    THE WATER OF THE WORLD, IS THE WORLD'S LIFEBLOOD AND THAT OF HUMANKIND.

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  • Francisco 6 years ago

    Hello, I watched de video on TV, and It really went deep into my soul, I am from Nicaragua and I would like to show this film to students from the "Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua", there is going to be some activities here to celebrate the "Semana Nacional del Medio Ambiente". I hope you can help me to get this video with subtitles in Spanish as the one I watched on TV. I am planing to present this film to students along with a short investigation for the actual situation in Nicaragua

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  • Not factual,conveniently leaving out many truths. Poorly constructed propaganda.

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  • Steve Fursik 6 years ago

    Amazing how the people who are making the $$$ simply just DONT care.... We need to boycott ALL bottled water NOW!!!!!!!!

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  • So powerful and shocking. I will never buy a Nestle product again. I feel that we are in a time of awakening. We all must wake up and be mindful of what we are participating in. Great documentary.

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  • Julie Ostoich 6 years ago

    This documentary is incredibly moving and enlightening and deeply disturbing. All the more reason to boycott Nestle, Coke, Pepsi and the like. The World Bank is evil. We must not allow these corrupt and greedy profit driven corporations to claim ownership and deplete the water resources that we all need for survival and life. I will share this with everyone I can.

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