“Flow: For the Love of Water” is an award-winning documentary film that focuses on the water crisis of the planet. First released in 2008, this film reveals how this environmental and political issue should be a major concern for everyone.
Viewers will get a glimpse of how fresh water is being monopolized by private institutions even if it was meant to be a free resource for everyone. The film touches on pollution, human rights, politics, and the alarming growth of the water industry. It contains gripping interviews of activists and scientific experts who discuss the water crisis. Fortunately, there are people and organizations that are sharing valuable information on how this problem can be solved. They are also trying to find new technologies that may provide an answer to this problem.