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An undercurrent is a subsurface current, a water current which flows beneath and usually independently of surface currents.
Undercurrent may also refer to:
- Undercurrent (newspaper), a Canadian newspaper
- Undercurrent (manga), a 2005 manga by Tetsuya Toyoda
- The Undercurrent (novel), by Robert Grant (writer)
Film and TV
- The Undercurrent (1919 film), a 1919 American drama film directed by Wilfrid North
- Undercurrent (1946 film), a film directed by Vincente Minnelli, starring Katharine Hepburn
- Undercurrent, a 1999 film starring Lorenzo Lamas
- Undercurrent (2010 film), an Icelandic film, starring Gísli Örn Garðarsson
- "Undercurrent", a 1976 episode of The Onedin Line
- Undercurrent (Kenny Drew album), a 1960 album by pianist Kenny Drew
- Undercurrent (Bill Evans and Jim Hall album), a 1963 album by pianist Bill Evans and guitarist Jim Hall
- Undercurrent (Sarah Jarosz album), a 2016 album by Sarah Jarosz
- The Undercurrent (album), a 2008 album by French band Scarve
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