As the dog days of summer wind down (it’s the end of August already–yikes!), I bring you the final installment of the Movie Mondays series. I hope you had the chance to check out one (or more!) of the titles. You can find a list of all the films for which we have prepared discussion questions on the hunger education website. Grab some ‘corn and host some friends, let’s think about how to make the world a better place! On to our final episode:
Flow: How Did a Handful of Corporations Steal Our Water? 2008 (84 minutes)
This provocative film discusses the “blue gold” known as water—a precious necessity of life that most people in the United States take for granted. The film investigates the water quality of both tap and bottled water, the accessibility/affordability of clean water in developing countries like Bolivia, and local resistance to water privatization efforts.
For a companion discussion guide, click here.