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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Stephanie Soechtig; Sarah Gibson; Jason Lindsey; Michael Millikan
|Notes:||Title from container.
Extras: Central Valley and agriculture; Chemicals in the water; Infrastructure; OC water (sewer water treatment); Oil and water; Privatization; World water crisis.
|Credits:||Cinematography, Michael Millikan; editor, Jason Lindsey.|
|Target Audience:||Not rated.; Closed-captioning not indicated.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (76 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; region 0, NTSC; 1.78:1 widescreen; Dolby Digital.|
|Responsibility:||Atlas Films presents ; a film by Stephanie Soechtig ; produced by Stephanie Soechtig and Sarah Gibson ; co-directed by Jason Lindsey ; directed by Stephanie Soechtig.|
Is access to clean drinking water a basic human right, or a commodity that should be bought and sold like any other article of commerce? Stephanie Soechtig exams the big business of bottled water. Viewers get a behind-the-scenes look into the unregulated and unseen world of an industry that aims to privatize and sell back the one resource that ought never to become a commodity: our water. Here is a powerful portrait of the lives affected by the bottled water industry.
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