Glasgow Film Festival: Cinema transforms a basic element of life on earth into an exhilarating thrill ride in this astonishing, immersive documentary from Russian master Viktor Kossakovsky.
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Travelling from the frozen waters of Russia’s Lake Baikal to the mighty Angel Falls in Venezuela, he captures all the raw, glorious power of water and its impact on the planet.
Icebergs groan and tumble, seas flick aside cars and signs of human existence in a mind-blowing fusion of sound and vision, in which incredible images are matched by a haunting soundtrack.
An unmissable big screen experience at Glasgow Film Festival!
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