Water (2006 film)

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The Great Mystery of Water
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Cover of the DVD Water
Written by Marina Daynovets
Mikhail Vayger
Andrey Medvedev
Vsevolod Lisovsky (ru)
Directed by Anastaysia Popova
Starring Masaru Emoto
Leonid Izvekov
Vlail Kaznacheyev
Kurt Wüthrich
Narrated by Sergey Chonishvili (ru)
Country of origin Russia
Original language(s) Russian
Producer(s) Saida Medvedeva
Vasily Anisimov
Sergey Shumakov (ru)
Cinematography Oleg Kirichenko
Running time 82 minutes
Distributor Rossiya 1
Original release
  • April 9, 2006 (2006-04-09)

Water (Russian: Вода), also released as The Great Mystery of Water (Russian: Великая тайна воды) is a 2006 documentary television film directed by Anastaysia Popova about the memory of water. The film was part of television channel Rossiya 1's project The Great Mystery of Water.

In the film, scientists and pseudoscientists from various countries (including Kurt Wüthrich, Masaru Emoto, Rustum Roy, and Konstantin Korotkov) present their work on the theme of the water. Additionally, clergy from the largest religious (including Metropolit of Smolensk Kirill, Shamil Alyautdinov, and Pinchas Polonsky) discuss the importance of the water in their faith. The film also presents experiences of water, including the emotions of humans interacting with the water (using kirlian photography).

In November 2006 the film won three television awards at TEFI, including for the best documentary film.[1]

Water faced sharp criticism from Russian scientific community, which condemned the movie as pseudoscience.


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