Water Movie

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Who's Involved:

John Abraham, Deepa Mehta, Seema Biswas, Lisa Ray, David Hamilton

Release Date:

Friday, April 28, 2006

Rating: R

Runtime: N/A

Plot: What's the story about?

Set in 1938 Colonial India, against Mahatma Gandhi's rise to power, "Water" begins when 8-year-old Chuyia is widowed and sent to a home where Hindu widows must live in penitence. Chuyia's feisty presence deeply affects the lives of the other residents, including a young widow, who falls for a Gandhian idealist.

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Cast: Who stars in it?

Crew: Who's making Water

A look at the Water behind-the-scenes crew and production team. The film's director Deepa Mehta last directed Midnight's Children and Bollywood, Hollywood. The film's writer Deepa Mehta last wrote Midnight's Children and Secret Daughter.


Deepa Mehta


Deepa Mehta


David Hamilton

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Production: What we know about Water

Key Facts

  1. The film, which will open the Toronto International Film Festival on September 8th, marks Mehta's third feature in her elemental trilogy following the acclaimed Fire and Earth. Every bit as controversial as Mehta's previous projects, production on Water was shut down in India in 2000 following violent protests and riots by Fundamentalist Hindus and death threats to Mehta. It took nearly five years to revamp the production in Sri Lanka under an assumed name and strict secrecy.

Filming Timeline

On or about December 31, 1969, the film was in Completed status.

Water Release Date: When was it released?

Water was released in 2006 on Friday, April 28, 2006 (). There were 6 other movies released on the same date, including The Lost City, United 93 and Art School Confidential.

When will the movie be on DVD?

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

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