The Voice of the Water | Chicago Reader

The Voice of the Water

A feature-length 1966 Dutch documentary by Bert Haanstra about the mixed blessing of water in the Netherlands, as natural resource and potential enemy—a film admired by, among others, Ingmar Bergman and Jacques Tati (who attempted to collaborate on a film with Haanstra during the 70s).

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