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Watch the trailer for Ellen Page's environmental documentary "There's Something in the Water" from 02/22/2020
We finally have a trailer for Ellen Page and Ian Daniel's documentary »There's Something in the Water«, which premiered at Toronto International Film Festival last year and will become available to stream on Netflix on March 27. Inspired by Ingrid Waldron's book of the same name, it focuses on the women who are taking a stand against efforts by local government and corporations that have brought pollution and toxic waste to their neighborhoods and homes, in various locations around Nova Scotia as well as the effects of environmental racism on black and indigenous communities throughout the province.

"In Canada, your postal code determines your health. So we know that where you live has bearing on your well-being. Indigenous and black communities are the ones that tend to be located near hazardous sites," sociologist Waldron claims in the trailer that debuted Wednesday morning. "When we got here, they decided they were gonna put a dump, where everything went. There were body parts, food, animal parts ... anything and everything," another woman tells the camera. Later, Ellen is shown coughing next to a billowing smoke cloud, and an activist she's with says, "That's what our community smells like."

In addition to interviews and on-location shoots of the devastating environmental effects on these communities, the directorial duo of Page and Daniel also attend activist rallies, ceremonies and demonstrations aiming to push for new legislation that would protect marginalized groups from environmental racism.




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