A cinematographic celebration of the beauty and power of water. From the glaciers of Lake Baikal, the downpours of Hurricane Irma in Florida, to Angle Falls in Venezuela, the director’s eye captures the multiple personalities of the Earth’s most precious element. Each visual detail is breathtaking and emotion charged. Thrilling, exciting, inspiring but also oppressive, an ominous threat portending devastation. Filmed at 96 frames per second, the documentary sends a warning of the changeable power of water. An acute comment on the environment in a gallery of images: our planet hangs in unique, complex, and delicate balance of things, within which humans must find their place.