Review (DVD): Blue Gold–World Water Wars

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5.0 out of 5 stars Worthwhile, Not as Epic as I Hoped, But Still Tops

August 27, 2010

Malcolm McDowell

I’m watching this in the context of reading and reviewing twelve books on water before I leave Guatemala. Having read Marq de Villier’s book, Water: The Fate of Our Most Precious Resource several years ago, and more recently The Water Atlas: A Unique Visual Analysis of the World’s Most Critical Resource, this movie is a collage. I recollect Human Footprint and The 11th Hour as better films but this one is focused and I am coming down on a five rating.

The tid-bits are certainly a pleasure to watch….
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