Flow: For Love of Water

Along with this sobering information, filmmaker Irena Salina's docu includes a distinct note of optimism.
- Justin Lowe, Hollywood Reporter
An informed and heartfelt examination of the tug of war between public health and private interests.
- Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times
You may never look at your faucet without flinching again.
- Sara Cardace, New York Magazine


The world water crisis has rapidly become one of the most topical issues of our day as our global resources dwindle. Tensions continue to mount between politics, the environment and human rights in the battle for the future of our planet’s supply of drinking water. Irena Salina’s award-winning documentary FLOW (For Love Of Water) investigates this crisis at the global and human scale like never before, begging the question: Can anyone really OWN water? FLOW offers a scathing look at the emergence of a world water cartel as well as an examination of the solutions we can embrace in the future. FLOW will make you thirsty for change!

Date de sortie

Vendredi 17 octobre, 2008
Langue originale: English
Genre: Documentary
Durée: 84 min.
Année: 2008


Daniel Berger
Un film de
Irena Salina