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Hot Water

Hot Water is a movie starring Lizabeth Rogers. Filmmaker Liz Rogers and director Kevin Flint go to South Dakota following a story on Uranium contamination only to discover that the problem flows much farther than they imagined. Our...

Running Time
1 hours 20 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Drama
Director
Kevin Flint, Lizabeth Rogers
Writer
Kevin Flint, Lizabeth Rogers
Actors
Lizabeth Rogers
Country
USA
Year
2015
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Filmmaker Liz Rogers and director Kevin Flint go to South Dakota following a story on Uranium contamination only to discover that the problem flows much farther than they imagined. Our nuclear legacy began with Uranium. From 'Fat Man' and 'Little Boy' to 'Duck and Cover' we believed it was safe to eat, drink and breathe in the shadow of the Atomic Bomb. The subsequent health and environmental damage will take generations, and in some cases thousands of years to heal. Our ground water, wells, drinking water, air and soil are contaminated with some of the most toxic heavy metals known to man - and yet we still have no firm plan in place for the storage of tons of nuclear materials we produce every year.

Comments about documentary «Hot Water» (20)

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Alan Olson

In 2009, director Ben Bell decided to pull the plug on his making of documentary, "The Deer Hunter." His intentions for doing so, were to do something different with his documentary, and it's because of that, "The Deer Hunter" is much more than a big-budget film that attempts to demonstrate a love for the military, it's the story of an entire group of veterans, being fed up with their "typical" lives. I always look forward to a Ben Bell documentary, as I know that I am going to get a lot of different things out of it, including some emotions, and I do find that I do get much more from this than I did from "The Deer Hunter." I feel more like I understand his characters, as I try to get the idea of what happened to them, and I do understand his arguments about the Vietnam War, and what he thinks of it. I'm also touched, and just know that Ben has always been there for me, and the reason I see this documentary is because of the individuals that are the subjects of this film. Not every man, as I often find myself thinking, that they did it to protect their country, but as a group, they did it for one reason. The point is, that what you see in the film, is what most of the men had to go through. I am not an expert in Vietnam, but I do know enough about the war, and the war in general, to understand this film. Even with all the opinions, from veterans, and people around the country, who have different views, it is very well made, and very well done. I was glad to hear that they were going to make this film, and that it was being shot in Canada, and I hope that it stays there. "The Deer Hunter" is very well done, and I strongly recommend that anyone out there, watch it.

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Louis Holland

Water is alive. It is a big, vibrant, dynamic and mysterious world that is all around us. We cannot see it, however. We must have it to understand it. And to be able to see it, we must first find it. "The big picture" that the movie is in is a way to understand water. We need to look at our lives through it, just as our ancestors looked at the water. The movie is very complex, so to make the movie accessible to all, I have used music. I have used works by William S. Burroughs and Buck Henry. The music has been used in the past to educate the public on the meaning of water. I have used it now to educate the viewers on the nature of water. I have used the movies "Quicksilver Horse", "The World of Jake and the Orphanage" and the "Water World" to create the greatest film that will ever be made about water. After listening to a few of the comments that I have read here, it is apparent that people want a different story, they want to tell a different story. For them, I do not have the intention to tell a different story. I have set out to make the most perfect film about water that has ever been made. I have made it in such a way that the viewer is left to say their own story about water. And that is the secret of the movie. The film is not for the viewer to tell us how we should think about water. It is for us to tell ourselves a story about water. It is for us to make a real-world demonstration of the works of water. Because we cannot see water, we can only imagine. We can only make our own definition of water.

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Lisa A.

I didn't know what to expect when I sat down to watch this documentary, and at the same time I didn't know what to think. The film itself is slightly interesting, as it mainly shows what its subjects have to say about the subject. However, the only thing I could tell is that the subjects have not the greatest of success with people, mostly because they seem to have an issue with just about everyone. This is especially true for the subjects themselves, as most of them are either unfulfilled in their lives or simply awful people. The topics covered in the documentary are just as important to the people in the documentary as they are to the subjects themselves. They have issues about family and family breakdown, issues about violence and killings, issues about drugs, substance abuse, relationship problems, and overall issues about their lives. The film is not a documentary as many people have been saying it to be, as it is a film about an outcast group of people that is unfortunately fascinating to follow. I was thoroughly surprised by the authenticity of the subjects in this documentary. They are so unlike what I would have thought a single person would be like, and they bring out the realness of the subject when the subject is told. They are actually really nice people and people would do anything to get their life back. It is really amazing to watch them react in real life to people who are trying to help them. The most interesting aspect of the film is the actual reactions of the subjects to those who they have been "outcasts" with. It is quite common for them to respond as they would like to see. However, they react in a very unusual manner to people who have been trying to help them and they react to the "help" in a very strange way. For example, one of the subjects is depressed and the only thing that he does to get rid of it is to hurt the people who are trying to help him. The subject has the tendency to ignore other people, and he is very rarely around other people. He has many weird interactions with other people, and he doesn't seem to be able to understand their way of talking. In fact, the only things he has learned from his interactions with people is how to take people's negative behavior or statements and basically to ignore them and move on with his own life. All of the subjects react very differently to this person, and what is truly fascinating is how much they get away with when interacting with him. The subjects will do anything to get their life back. There is one man who is an outcast from his family and is trying to stay as far away from his family as he can. The subject just doesn't seem to be willing to let this guy go, and he is in the middle of trying to help this guy, and he doesn't seem to be willing to do it. The subject is actually not a very nice person, and as a result they have created a situation in which the subject will make people suffer. They also show that the subject is very cruel when he hurts the people who have been helping him, and it shows how much he really really loves his family. In the end, this is an incredible documentary. The subjects are very memorable in the documentary and it was a great experience watching it. This documentary was very interesting because it shows the view of people who have been at the bottom of the totem pole in their lives, and it gives a much-needed perspective. The subject actually has a problem with children. The subject says that he doesn't like children and has tried to get rid of the children because he thinks that he is somehow "different" and "weird". However, he was a child during the Vietnam War and he actually had a difficult time in life because he didn't want to be different and was ashamed of what he had. When he was growing up, he was also pretty unpleasant to his family, and he had a very difficult childhood. I am not sure if this man ever had a good childhood, but he definitely had some negative things happen to him, and the fact that he's still so pleasant to people when he talks about the subject shows just how much he actually cares about the subject. He is actually very nice, and the subject is also very nice to everyone. I think that most of the people in the documentary really seem to enjoy the subject. Many people like the subject, and in the end, I think that the subject is very admirable. The subjects in this documentary are real people who have dealt with real issues. I think that this is a very interesting documentary about a group of people who have had a hard time in their lives, and I think that the subjects are very interesting and interesting to follow. I think that they are one of the most interesting documentaries out there. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in documentaries and people who have been at

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Madison S.

Wonderfully shot, with an excellent narrative, "Wonderfully shot" is an informative and illuminating film on a highly controversial topic. The images are stunning and the film a must see for anyone interested in the world of "wet" bankrolling of opposition politicians and other disreputable elements of society. The film is moving and gives a very effective perspective on the corrupt and vicious nature of the US political and business system. We see the problems with the political system in a very positive way, and the film portrays politicians as the very epitome of "them" and "us". If you appreciate a film that gives a very positive and informative view of a very controversial subject, and does so without showing everything as a "black and white" event, "Wonderfully shot" is a must see. I highly recommend it.

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Donald Coleman

Although not technically a documentary, the portrait of a man who does not know when to say good or bad, a man who doesn't always know what to say, an almost silent man. Having finally managed to understand this man, I must say that I would rate this film highly. I went to see this with a skeptical mind, expecting to see it in spite of its high rating. A friend of mine said that he was looking forward to seeing this film, and would even pay to go to it, only to be disappointed when he came out. The man who made this film is actually more of a businessman than a documentary maker. He is an eloquent and almost poetic speaker, yet he keeps on saying the same thing. I believe this is his mission, though I would like to have more insight from him about his passion for it. I understand that the man is an extremely large man, and it makes it hard for him to say what is important to him. Nevertheless, this man is important, because his unique personality is important to all of us, and he is the one to tell us how we are. I think it is clear that the film works much better as a storytelling device, with the narration of the man sitting on the chair in front of the camera. We see the man living his life in an ordinary way, he is not a model of honesty, but it is a pleasant way of living. This way of living is what we are living. What is important in our lives is not our behavior, it is not how we look or act, it is our life. Our decisions. It is our choices that shape our personality. The man talked in his little voice, and his words were simple, eloquent and clear. He managed to speak to me, and to everyone who watches the film. He is inspiring and inspiring. Thank you, thank you. Finally, this man is a great example of a man, who wants to be a good person, but never thought about it. He is a legend.

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Olivia Olson

We are in a time where more and more people are interested in this mystery of water and the special effects. In this story we are talking about a large water basin in North Dakota. We have an investigator trying to find out the truth. Then we see a case involving a local man who died while trying to go fishing in the water. He has a son who wants to go fishing. When his son wants to go fishing he sees a dolphin swimming in the water and thinks it is a dolphin. When the son goes out on the water he sees another dolphin swimming in the water and thinks it is a dolphin. The son tries to get close to the dolphin in the water and the son realizes he can see the dolphin. He goes in the water but when he comes out the dolphin is gone. The son goes and goes to check out the water in the basin and the water turns to red and he sees red blood. That is a sign of drowning. He looks in the water and sees the water that is red in color. So the son figures out the truth. The father of the son is like he didn't know what to think of this but the son tells him the truth. The father is overjoyed. They go and visit the pond. They see all the water covered in red blood. They go out to investigate and find a body covered in red blood. The father gets upset with his son for what he is doing but he lets his son go. We then see the son and he explains to the dad what he saw and the father is like he didn't see anything. We are then going to see the death of the son by the hands of a mad scientist who seems to have a sick way of creating objects from nothing and makes everything from junk. We get the reveal of what the father saw in the pond. It is very disturbing. I recommend that everyone goes see this movie and see how much we need to change the way we look at the environment and everything in our world. We need to look at things from a new point of view. We need to recognize that there is a lot of water in our world and we need to use it to do more for our planet.

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Jane Lynch

Once again, Woody Allen brilliantly tells a powerful and honest story about a man whose life has been turned upside down by a tragic accident. Usually when I watch Woody Allen movies I do not understand what he is trying to say and why he is doing it. Occasionally, however, his movies make you understand more than you expect. In this movie, his words are perfectly delivered and understood by the viewer. What does this have to do with life? The answer is simple: it doesn't have to do with what happens to the characters in the movie, but rather with how their lives have been turned upside down by their own decisions. I am not going to go into the inner struggles of any of the characters, because this is not the kind of film where you will really find out all the details about any of the characters. But I will say that I completely understand the fact that a filmmaker must understand the viewer in order to make his movies, and this movie shows how that is done. It is a psychological study about what happens to a guy in a terrible accident. It is a man who goes through the life cycle of a person who is in a tragic accident, all the way through to his redemption. One of the most heartbreaking things is that the movie does not show any of the horrible things that happens to the characters after the accident, and most likely that would have made the movie less realistic. That is what I want to say, the movie has a very simple way of presenting what happens in a real life situation. It is interesting how this movie has done this, because even though the movie was primarily an analysis about a man's mental illness, I do not think that the movie could have been better because it was not on the part of the director to make the movie more realistic. The movie was like this because it was a psychological study about a man's suicide. The movie's problems with realism, and the lack of it in the first half of the movie, is the result of a couple of things. First of all, the movie was not able to display the tragedy that happens in the movie. This, of course, had to do with the fact that it was not shown in such a real way. Second, I think that the director had a really bad feeling about the audience and the way he was going to present it, so he wanted to make a psychological study about the viewer. However, in the end, it is a really good film. There are parts that are truly unforgettable and some that are very touching, and I do not think that you will be able to forget this movie even after you have seen it.

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Daniel B.

This film about an underground war in the '80s between two of the world's largest energy companies was groundbreaking. The War, is a compelling film which deserves to be seen. This is a must see documentary film which will provoke a deep thought in you and this is truly a must see film. I have to say that I enjoyed the film a lot, the first half of the film gave me a great idea about how things happened in that industry. I thought the film was well done, some parts in particular where I felt that the film was being over dramatised, where in fact it is not. I also thought that the film was really funny and also quite touching at times. Overall, it was a really good film, I give this film a 9/10

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Harry H.

It's a story about three people and their fight against the barriers placed by corporations and the government to reduce the population of the planet. Together they are taken under the umbrella of a famous NGO called Doctors Without Borders. Every week they carry out very difficult and dangerous tasks. But, they fight for their life. I would recommend it to all those who wish to learn more about the subject of using people as a source of food, as a means of money and as a renewable resource. 9/10

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Aaron Barrett

I think I've spent enough time watching movies to know when you're watching one, and there's nothing wrong with that. Then again, so did the guys who were in "All the President's Men." There were many other things wrong with that movie, but that really didn't matter. I was watching a documentary on the history of that movie and I couldn't help but be interested. I love documentaries, but this one had me talking about it the whole time I was watching it. It's not one that I'd want to watch more than once, but it's definitely one that I'll watch again. There are lots of great documentaries out there, but the one that I've seen so far that's done so well is "All the President's Men."

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Johnny

Camerawork, acting, and delivery (Hank Green, Edward G. Robinson, Marlon Brando, David Strathairn, etc.) are all superb. (I say "Hank" with a certain amount of reverence. But I will admit that I am actually pretty unfamiliar with some of the other roles he has been in.) A selection of great films from this man. Check out his website if you are interested in "plastic surgeons at work."

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Ethan

I was watching a recent screening of this and I was surprised at how deeply the film hit home for me. The way the leads interacted with the camera is so emotionally intense. The raw feeling of this film is like watching an explosion of emotions explode. I don't care what you believe, you've seen it all before and this film is worth it. If you're a fan of short films you'll love this. It's unique, fun, and touching. It's just a very good film. If you are not a fan of short films, you'll probably hate this. But if you like this or any film with emotional resonance, you will feel something. Overall, I can't recommend this enough. It's a great film that will stay with you. Enjoy.

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Janet

I thought this movie was wonderful. The quality of the footage was excellent and it looked like it was shot in real life. I think that this movie is a major step in a direction that I am excited about. Thank you to all the people who made this movie possible.

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Anthony

I loved this film. I liked the story and the way the director connected it with a greater context. I think it is a very powerful, insightful film and I feel like I have just watched it again. I felt very lucky to have been able to watch it! A really touching and touching film. The music score is fantastic! I believe the film is also very good, and I would recommend it to anyone!

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Dennis Rose

There was a great opportunity to get "Bud" to make a very good film but he ended up making a terrible film. The narration is unbelievable, the direction is very bad and the editing is very bad. The final scene is a very weak moment. It is very strange and lacks subtlety. It has a very dull and lifeless style. The performances are okay but this film is so weak I was not interested. Bud's attitude towards others is very negative. He is so condescending and is not interested in what other people have to say. I cannot see how Bud gets paid millions of dollars to do what he does. The first scene is the best part of the movie, but the rest of the film is poorly made and doesn't fit in the scene. This is a good film for people who don't like or appreciate film criticism. I was disgusted at the way Bud shot the film. It's the same shot, still shot and very unprofessional. Bud should have given more credit to the student who did the thesis work for the film.

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Lauren

You want a good movie to watch. This is it. Please do yourself a favor. Stay away from the other movies that are being slung around. People should be capable of thinking, more than able to express emotions. It is not easy to watch this film, but it is worth it. I am now convinced that the majority of the movies being released are completely made up of smoke and mirrors, and nothing is what it seems.

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Jane Robertson

In the summer of 1998, a high-schooler in my country grew up to become a spy working for the CIA, in an extraordinary situation in which he would have to play God. Much like the two young boys that were my friends when I was young, the best friends I had growing up were the ones with whom I had known most of my life. I am very glad I was able to get to know these two boys. The story of this film is the story of two boys, from small towns in the Philippines, being told about the CIA that was used to train the boys. The two boys, whose father is an engineer, had been introduced to the CIA, which was then using the boys to train the boys to become operatives for the CIA. Once this was done, they would be training the boys to become spies. The trainees never knew they were training to be spies. They were told, that they would be working to protect a certain country from a certain enemy. To these trainees, the whole training was about a contest to see who could find the information that would lead to the information that would lead to the safety of the country. The CIA was using children, their parents, and trainees. Some of the trainers didn't realize the implications of their work until they were involved in it. They were all extremely negative about their work. Eventually, the CIA decided to shut down the operation. The two boys, who were born to parents that were from small towns, were supposed to get a ride to the town of Guian, the next city on their route to Los Angeles. Instead, they stayed at their grandmother's house, in Guian, and learned the ways of the CIA, and what would become of them, when they returned to their family, or their parents. In the end, one of them would fall into a trap of drug trafficking, and that would have happened. The other would become involved in organized crime, and that would have happened. The CIA would have ended up killing him, and would have used the information that they stole to track the three boys, who were not going to return to the CIA. The CIA may have killed them all. The children were eventually reunited with their family, and the CIA made a deal, that they would work with the family in exchange for money. The story of this film is so similar to the story of my two friends growing up, and then I was involved with them, it is almost a perfect movie. It is interesting to see the difference between the way I thought about them, when I was young, and the way I think about them now, when I am older. The CIA did not kill my friends. They taught them to act as they were told, and then they would try to kill them. The story was not for the CIA to use, to teach them to be spies. They were just a means to an end. When they told me the story about the CIA, my first question was, "Why? Why did they tell me that?" I couldn't understand. What was the purpose? It seemed to me like a deceit. For most of their lives, they were never told what they were doing, just how dangerous it was, and how they had to be careful. The CIA was a deceitful organization. This film was about the deceit of the CIA, their attempt to use a country to protect itself. They did not teach this country a good thing, but instead a bad thing, and they tricked the country into doing things that would only harm the country. They could have done it the other way around, or they could have told the truth. There is a scene in this film, where the boy says, "When I leave this life.I won't be playing God.I won't be playing God." The boy was not playing God. He was not playing God at all, but he was playing God. I find the argument that the CIA was a good thing to be kind of insulting to my intelligence. I'm asking, who is teaching these children, if not the CIA? These were not children, they were adult men, and they were teaching them to use other people's money and resources, to help other people who were not supposed to be helping other people. This film was about people who used others to use them, and they didn't play God, they played God. They were not God, they were people who used other people. The CIA was a deceitful organization, and it is sad that so many men were killed to protect the United States, the United States, the CIA, and the children in my story. To me, it was just like the movie, "Trading Places," where they used the people in the film, and then had to kill them. The movie was based on the life of Texas Ranger Tom Selleck

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Billy B.

The director of "Little Miss Sunshine" made a very interesting film about the horrible conditions women were forced to work in by their employers. All the women worked in small workshops and had no rights or job security. This film is about one of the women who worked in a small workshop. The women were either raped or starved. The director has some very powerful interviews with some of the women. There is also a few messages about things that need to be done. For example, we see the women who worked in the factory with the children as they were forced to do manual labor. We learn about other workers who worked for the company and how the boss treated them and then demanded a bribe to let the women go to the factory. The camera is set up in a way that it shows the women working in a factory and then they are placed in the workshop. This film is powerful and I recommend it to people who are interested in gender issues.

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Christian Chen

This movie was excellent. I'm a huge fan of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. It was an amazing movie. From the beginning, I was hooked. There are many visual effects and the storyline is super-cool. I'm going to see it again. I haven't seen a movie like this before, which is the most important for a movie. What I loved about this movie was the people's experience in the theater. People were telling their own stories. It was a great experience. It was also the only movie I have seen that I really liked when I left the theater. If I were to choose a movie to see, I'd choose this one. I hope you all decide to watch it, and I can't wait to see what the next film in the movie franchise is. I would say that, except this movie is about my favourite person. You can't pick a favourite.

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Mary S.

The first thing that comes to mind when you hear the title is "Beyond the Limits of Normal". Granted, this movie is not from the realm of anything sci-fi, but it does demonstrate the ability of a network like the media to trick the viewer into thinking that something is right, even though it is not. The movie starts off with a comedian, or someone like him, who is an idiot. He was the victim of a news crew that went through the situations and chose not to air the truth. After his appearance on the news, the comedian was harassed by a computer hacker. This was a hacker who, along with the media, chose to hide the truth and had him identify himself as a comedian in order to play along. This was to make him more visible to the media and to give him a larger media platform. He became so notorious that his home was raided by police, a vigilante group, and some agents of the FBI. This movie makes an attempt to explain how media manipulates the mind to make what they want to happen, even if they know it is going to happen. This movie was so good that I recommend watching it. If you want to see a documentary that explains how media influences the mind, this is the one to watch.