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About Water: People and Yellow Cans (2007)

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Documentary Rated: 7+ (PG)20072h 0m

'He who wants water must be prepared to kill for it' an old Arab saying goes. At the beginning of the 21st century water, the ancient source of life, already is in short supply all over the world. From the heart of Africa to the Aral Sea in the Kazakh steppe the film portrays different people's lives and their struggle for water and survival.About Water: People and Yellow Cans is streaming with subscription on DocComTV (Via Prime Video), available for rent or purchase on iTunes, available for rent or purchase on Apple TV, and 4 others. It's a documentary movie with a better than average IMDb audience rating of 7.2 (47 votes).

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Currently you are able to watch About Water: People and Yellow Cans streaming on DocComTV (Via Prime Video). It is also possible to buy About Water: People and Yellow Cans on Prime Video, Google Play, VUDU, YouTube, iTunes, and Apple TV or rent it on Prime Video, VUDU, iTunes, and Apple TV.

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About Water: People and Yellow Cans provides a thought-provoking exploration of the global water crisis, making it an interesting watch for those interested in environmental and social issues.

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The movie's high IMDb audience rating of 7.2 out of 10 suggests that it has been well-received by viewers, indicating its quality and impact.

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The movie's setting, spanning from Africa to the Kazakh steppe, offers a diverse and global perspective on the water crisis, adding to its intrigue and educational value.

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'He who wants water must be prepared to kill for it' an old Arab saying goes. At the beginning of the 21st century water, the ancient source of life, already is in short supply all over the world. From the heart of Africa to the Aral Sea in the Kazakh steppe the film portrays different people's lives and their struggle for water and survival.

Age rating: 7+ (PG)
Runtime: 2h 0m

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Related Genres: Documentary
Country of origin: AustriaLuxembourg
Original Release Date: Feb 23, 2007