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The story about Aquarela Trailer: AQUARELA takes the audience on an unusual cinematic journey into the breathtaking power of the most precious element of the earth – the water. The film tells in poetic images of the capricious temperament of the water and acts as a wake-up call that man – despite millennia-long presence – his rough energy is not equal. From Siberia's frozen Lake Baikal, the deepest and oldest freshwater lake in the world, to the deadly waves of Hurricane Irma in Miami, to the overwhelming natural backdrop of the highest waterfall Salto Angel in Venezuela, water is the main protagonist in AQUARELA. Director: Viktor Kossakovsky
Production: Aimara Reques, Heino Deckert, Sigrid Dyekjær
Screenplay: Aimara Reques, Victor Kossakovsky
Background: Director Victor Kossakovsky presents the numerous faces of the water to the audience in brilliant cinematographic aesthetics and in the rare recording format of 96 frames per second. The film never loses sight of man and his eternal confrontation with the restless force of nature. With great sensitivity and great pictures AQUARELA captures moments of great beauty as well as destruction and annihilation.
Film Music: Alexandr Dudarev, Eicca Toppinen