“H2O: Supply and Demand”

As global warming continues to pump fear into the hearts of scientists and predictions of most major glaciers in the Alps gone by 2030, a lingering question remains; What happens when the water is gone?

“H2o” explores thisĀ  scenario through the chaos of a nationwide water contamination. After hearing the alert, Ryan Sharper (Chris Lindsay) rushes to find water, only to discover what people will do in the midst of pandemonium.

Production is set to begin early this year in Orlando, Florida. With a talent cast and an array of extras, “H2o” is guaranteed to not only spark conversation, but action.

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3 Comments

  1. I LKIE THAT, ITS A BIG ISSUE THATS GOING ON RIGHT BEFORE OUR EYES. I SAW ON DISCOVERY CHANNEL HOW WATER HAS RISE AND AS IT CONTINUES IT WOULD JUST GET WORSE AND AS TIME PASSES AND WATER RISES MORE AND MORE FLORIDA WOULD BE GONE COMPLETELY,ERASE FROM THE MAP. ITS A SCARY THOUGHT AND HOPEFULLY WHEN PEOPLE SEE H2o PEOPLE WILL TAKE ACTION AND HELP OUT TO BETTER THE WORLD.

  2. I watch CNN everyday. They were talking about how fresh water is decreasing by huge amount every single year, and that the damns are drying out. People do not want to understand that this is a serious matter. We take what’s essential for us for granted. A lot of us continue to practice bad customs, for instance watering lawns, long hot showers, enjoying unecessary amenties, like swimming pools which provide hundreds of gallons of water. We need to get out, begin to inform not only our nation, but the whole world thiscatastrophi.

    • So, so true. And very well put!!

      For those same reasons, I’m very confident that this film is going to be such an eye opener. The old saying goes, “You never realize what you’ve got until it’s gone.” I’m just doing my part to avoid such a catastrophe from happening.

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