The Waters of India

The Waters of India

Clean water, or the lack of it, around the world. The current water issues of India affect the world. Featuring Indian rural women's intrinsic connection with their environment, this short film explores contemporary water issues facing society.

Running Time
27 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Short
Director
James Siler
Writer
Kendra Siler-Marsiglio, Deborah Cupples
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «The Waters of India» (14)

Mark avatar
Mark

Kendra Siler-Marsiglio is an impeccable storyteller. That’s why was astonishing and spectacular!

Margaret avatar
Margaret

This movie allows all the established actors and actresses to do what they do best without smothering one another. Great movie!

Charles Gonzales avatar
Charles Gonzales

Not sure if there is a better movie ever made! This is the best!

Jesse S. avatar
Jesse S.

With a great story, characters and direction, Kendra Siler-Marsiglio made a masterpiece.

Rose P. avatar
Rose P.

loved most of it predicable but loved it

Cheryl avatar
Cheryl

Not what I expected so it surprised me. but not a movie I would watch over and over again.

Paul Campbell avatar
Paul Campbell

If you're a fan of Short movies, then this is your dream come true. This is the type of film you fantasized about growing up!

Nathan W. avatar
Nathan W.

James Siler as a director has made a lot of awesome movies in the past... and I mean A LOT! And This one definitely is one of them!

Zachary McDonald avatar
Zachary McDonald

Wow! I was so hyped for this movie, I was sure it couldn't live up to it. But damn it was awesome to be blown away like that.

Andrea avatar
Andrea

A truly brilliant story, filmed in a truly brilliant fashion with truly brilliant acting by esp.

Keith Fields avatar
Keith Fields

James Siler did great job! This film is a visual spectacle with beautiful wide shots and a great storyline!