Irena Salina's award-winning documentary examines the conflict of the global water crisis. Most of us turn on the tap, and expect it to flow: water. But in our changing world, water has become one of the hottest commodities, an international business to the tune of $425 billion a year and growing, at the cost of human rights and ecological good sense. Scientists and activists reveal the extent of the damage so far. Our world is becoming a place where corporate interests take ownership of the very substance that sustains all life. Is water for people, or for profit? Best Documentary winner of the 2008 Vail Film Festival, and nominated for the 2008 Sundance Jury Prize.