Based on the ground-breaking book and narrated by Malcolm McDowell, Bozzo often risked his life making the controversial film, which has won international awards, has screened theatrically in Japan and is available in the USA via PBS Video, iTunes, Netflix, and Amazon VOD. The project allowed Bozzo the chance to work with his documentary hero Mark Achbar (“The Corporation”, “Manufacturing Consent”) who mentored Bozzo in post-production and distribution. The film has made a impact with global audiences. An activist with terminal cancer spent the last months of his life arranging 100 screenings in 38 countries, a sixth grade Canadian girl used the film to convince her mayor to keep her town's water public, and college students have changed their majors to environmental studies after viewing the film.
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