Soft Water Hard Stone
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Flavia Angélico presents:

Soft Water Hard Stone

General Audience 2017 67min

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With populations on the rise, present and future generations will search for solutions of how to deal with water crises in big cities. The film bears witness to the most critical urban water crisis ever, in São Paulo Brazil, a metropolis with an exploding population of over 20 million people. From the toxic rivers turned into open sewers, to entire neighborhoods without water supply for weeks, the filmmakers portray every scene of this disturbing drama. Historical, political, financial and social issues are raised with clarity and sobriety.

Directed by

Flavia Angélico, James Lloyd

Produced by

Flávia Angélico

James Lloyd

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Category

Documentary

4.9 rating
80 Screenings
2.4 K audience
2.4 K total aud.
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Soft Water Hard Stone (2017)

Age rating: General Audience

This movie is available for public screening at Videocamp. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Flavia Angélico James Lloyd

Produced by Flávia Angélico James Lloyd

Coproduction --

Sponsorship --

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Education Politics Public health

ODSs ODS 3 - Good Health and Well-Being, ODS 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation, ODS 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production, ODS 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, ODS 17 - Partnerships for the Goals

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese BR

Standard English

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Synopsis

With populations on the rise, present and future generations will search for solutions of how to deal with water crises in big cities. The film bears witness to the most critical urban water crisis ever, in São Paulo Brazil, a metropolis with an exploding population of over 20 million people. From the toxic rivers turned into open sewers, to entire neighborhoods without water supply for weeks, the filmmakers portray every scene of this disturbing drama. Historical, political, financial and social issues are raised with clarity and sobriety.