USA | 2016 | 60 min
Filmmakers: Jake Norton & Pete McBride

HOLY (UN)HOLY RIVER follows the world’s most revered and reviled river, the great Ganges River of India. The film’s directors, Jake Norton and Pete McBride, followed the river source-to-sea in 2013, documenting its intense beauty and struggles. The film tells the story of the River and all its dichotomies and complexities; a river that is revered by a billion people, depended upon by 500 million, and is at once a source of life and inspiration as well as death, pollution, and tragedy. 

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