Two Soldiers Find Common Ground in a Baghdad Prison in Water
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Featured review from Sammy GreenRed Velvet
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boring, shallow stories in both sides, both were very clean and like in a party, only dry martini was not there.....the writter sometimes pretend why there is war and sometimes just do not care....the sroty really need to be improved....the whole package was fake, and actually no emotions in any sides.
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The role of Ali by Bobby Naderi was delivered extraordinarily awesome, seamless and organic. The role of Bill by David Bennett needs work, too much screaming and yelling without emotion. He looked too groomed to be in a jail cell.
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“This is a fascinating philosophical divide.” —_LA Weekly _
“Water is filled with intense emotion, conflict, compromise, compassion and is skillfully presented… The actors both pour their hearts into their characters in delivering very credible and noteworthy performances.” —performingartslive.com
“How would we all perceive life had we been placed in the same predicament as the protagonists? That is the inspiration behind Water." —lastageblog.com
Writer/director Marios Stilianakis
Music by Alexia Vassiliou
In modern day Iraq, two soldiers, an American and an Iraqi, find themselves in adjacent cells in a Baghdad prison. Alone and confused about how they got there, they explore their situation, share their stories, and learn about one another and what led them to this place in their lives. While their co-existence is far from simple, and while they find themselves relying on each other for survival, they begin to realize that they have a lot more in common than what their separate worlds have led them to believe.