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Added (2015-04-12, 7:19 PM)
ok i can't edit my previous comment for some reason, so i have to make another one
Personally, just looking at the title I thought it was going to be about the polar ice caps melting and how we're all going to turn into pirates looking for 'dryland' like in Waterworld, but this is definitely scarier.
The main idea that the documentary is trying to address is the fact that we are basically using up all of our freshwater resources before it can be resupplied. If I recall correctly we are either using up 15x or 50x more than we should be. It doesn't matter which one it is, this is really concerning. The film brings up many facts that I did not not know about. For example, the loss of freshwater can lead to earthquakes, sinkholes (if i remember correctly), and soil that can not be used.
There has been many protests and solutions to stop the abuse of our freshwater resources, but one that stood out to me the most was the man who stabbed himself on stage. For someone to take their own life means one of the three: he's crazy,feeling great sadness, or he has a deep passion for something. His death was a message to everyone around the world, that this water crisis can not be brushed off.
Overall, this film was interesting,but I regret watching this,because it adds another thing to worry about. I would give this film the film 7/10. It was interesting, but it failed to keep me interested all the way, b/c three-fourths of the way through I became a little bored. However the film did a great job on addressing the problem and exploiting its causes and consequences!