Secret of Water Documentary Review

Abundant and Clean Water Still Critical to Preserving Life

Water scarcity is a hot topic nowadays. Likewise, potable water is becoming an increasingly-scarce commodity. In this film, an expose’ of water being abused and the possibility of its scarcity if not taken care of.

If you’re one of those skeptics who still thinks that all the dire warnings about the dangers of pollution and global warming are unfounded, you might want to check out Secret of Water, an eye-opening, cautionary tale illustrating the toll that humans misuse of H2O might be exacting on the precious natural resource.

Impact from a water drop causes an upward rebound jet surrounded by circular capillary waves.

This informative documentary, directed and produced by Jirka Rysavy, takes an alternatively scientific and spiritual approach to the subject, delving into an analysis that is as logical as it is metaphysical. On the one hand, the picture plausibly asserts that water is a living substance that can die if treated poorly.

The documentary also likens water to a malleable computer, going so far as to claim that it has memory and is capable of recording whatever it comes in contact with.

Working with prominent scientists, including Konstatin Korotkov and Masaru Emoto, Jirka Rysavy gives us insights into the secret of water and how to unlock it.

For this reason, it is further argued that water placed in plastic actually suffers, and that an animal will always rather drink from a natural spring than a stagnant container. One expert weighing-in opines on the importance of ionization and Ph factors, while at the other extreme of the academic spectrum we have a religion-oriented figure citing as significant the fact that the Bible never makes reference in Genesis to God’s creating water.

Secret of Water is a cautionary, eco-expose amounting to a persuasive case that clean, free-flowing water in abundance is critical to the preservation of life on our planet.

Secret of Water

Very Good (3 stars)


Running time: 76 minutes

Distributor: Quad Cinema

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