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Whose water is it anyway?

Divya Pamnani

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2009.054


“Can anyone really own water?” is essentially the question to which this movie begs an answer. Made over a five-year period by Irena Salina, with interviews of experts from all over the world, Flow (also the acronym for “For Love Of Water”) takes a look at the intersecting concerns about water. It finds human suffering, pollution, scarcity, corruption and corporate profit.

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