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Holy Water| 22mins
Director: Lotta Ekelund | Producer: Lotta Ekelund
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: Sweden
Subject Tags: asia, health, her workers, human rights, india, poverty, the masculine
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
A film about our global water situation, water politics, and the poor people's struggle for enough drinking water. In India, farmers, joined by the famous environmentalist Vandana Shiva, are protesting against Coca-Cola. They protest that their groundwater is going down and is being polluted because of the soft drink production in many places all over India. It's a film about the strong Indian women who dare to protest, and the Coke factory that had to close down because of this. It's also a film about whether water should be owned and traded as a natural resource or is a human right which can't be traded?

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