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Transporting us all over the world, Watermark reveals the extent to which humanity has shaped water, and how it has shaped us. In California, the vast, manmade All-American Canal diverts water from the Colorado River to urban centres. In India, the mass Hindu pilgrimage called the Kumbh Mela sees thirty million worshippers bathe in the sacred river at Allahabad in a single day. The images are incredible, taking something as commonplace as water and capturing it in curiously beautiful ways.
Apr 18, 2014 Limited
Entertainment One Films
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It's meant to inspire us to think about our relationship with water and how we use it, and in this it succeeds admirably.
Without a single statistic or news story about climate change appearing on screen, Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky's new film Watermark offers an ocean of evidence about how humankind is changing the planet.
Watermark succeeds both as a rumination on our varied relationship with H2O and as a warning about the perils we'll face when we're down to the last few drops.
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