In WaterAg we love watching movies. Well, who doesn't?
But nothing compares to the documentary films, which tell important, often unknown stories and bring awareness to our life.
Here is the list of must-see documentaries about water, which will make you think and face the reality.
FLOW: For Love of Water (2008)
Irene Salina's award-winning documentary investigates what experts label the most important political and environmental issue of the 21st Century: the world water crisis. The movie focuses on politics, pollution, human rights, and the emergence of a domineering world water cartel. Available to watch on Amazon Prime.
ROTTTEN (Season 2: Troubled water)
Netflix has a great variety of documentaries, and the ones about water are very good and well-explained. Rotten (Season 2: Troubled water) is a great episode showing rapid growth of bottled water industry. It uncovers the truth about water sold by big corporations.
History 101 (Season 2: Bottled Water)
This 20 minute episode on Netflix about how it all started with bottled water and the truth behind it is so much worth of watching. Did you know, that in 2018 Americans bought 71 billion plastic water bottles, that's enough to stack to the Moon 37 times. After watching this, you will have no choice, but to switch to reusable water bottles.
Secret of Water (2015)
Water is not that simple. Water is a living substance. Influences such as sound, thoughts, intention and prayer, as well as toxins such as chlorine, structure water’s molecular arrangement – affecting all it comes in contact with. Prominent scientists help reveal the secret of water, allowing us to use its healing power for human beings and our planet.
A Plastic Ocean (2016)
The name says it all. Explorers Craig Leeson and Tanya Streeter and a team of international scientists reveal the causes and consequences of plastic pollution and share the solution.
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