Celluloid Dreams The Directors Label

   

Critically important, global in scope.
VARIETY

Crisply-packaged and beautifully photographed…Salina is certainly able to put across the inarguable proposition that the world is facing a water crisis in the near future or even present…Salina, a onetime French radio journalist, seems at her most surefooted when detailing the minutiae of stories like this
FILM CRITIC

“Flow” is an eye-opening, troubling 90 minutes that makes us think twice about an element we take for granted.
BOSTON

Less depressing than galvanizing, an informed and heartfelt examination of the tug of war between public health and private interests…Naming names and identifying culprits, “Flow” is designed to awaken the most somnolent consumer. At the very least it should make you think twice before you take that (unfiltered) shower.
NEW YORK TIMES

Quietly apocalyptic…smartly done
LA TIMES

A wake up call to safeguard the planet’s most essential resource…the film’s concerns are difficult to dismiss
HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

‘Flow’: A Crisis Made Clear…heartbreaking and infuriating
THE WASHINGTON POST

Infuriating and incredible…if you get the chance, see this film
BOING BOING
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In Irena Salina’s impassioned wakeup call, water is vanishing at alarming rates, and what’s left of it is being soiled, bottled and trafficked by conglomerate buccaneers at the cost of human lives. The commoditization of the elements is the main target of the film’s outrage, and Salina provides an international tour of aquatic terrors
SLANT

Deeply unsettling…raises some uneasy questions about commodification of natural resources and the public good that are worth thinking about
PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY

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