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Land and Water Revisited is an ambitious recreation of the anthropological classic Land and Water (1962). This 58-minute documentary was filmed in Mexico's Teotihuacán Valley and reframes many of the scenes in the original film to showcase environmental changes wrought by unchecked urban development and global climate change. The original film was translated into Spanish and shown to the communities throughout the valley. Through this, the film crew was able to connect with many residents and interview them about the changes that have taken place over the last 60 years, including some people who had participated in the original film in 1962. Scholars were also interviewed to try and better understand the role humans have played in altering the environment, both past and present.
Length: 58 minutes
Copyright date: ©2020
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