The Water (film)
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|Directed by||Kevin Drew|
|Produced by||Jannie McInnes|
The Water explores the past, present and future of a family over 24 hours. Set in the middle of a cold beautiful winter, it explores the complex and intimate dynamic between loved ones, and loss with regret and anticipation. The story, told like a visual poem, unfolds in silence, in the faces of the characters and in the beauty of music, leaving questions about death, life and love.
The film was shot over a period of two days in January 2008 in Toronto.
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