“Waterborne” stars Christopher Masterson and Jon Gries. This gritty story of survival takes place in Los Angeles where terrorist have contaminated the city’s water supply. A horrific Drama directed by Ben Rekhi.

The movie centers on several characters, mainly two friends played by Christopher Masterson and Jon Gries, that connect to a story of racial equality and human survival. The film takes place in three day increments. Tension builds on day one of the contamination as the fear of drinking water intensifies. While the city is in a frantic, friendships deteriorate and the urge for water turns to a deadly rampage.

Stunning performances from Christopher Masterson and Jon Gries. As expected, this film held my interest with it’s gritty storytelling and outstanding photography. Once the film kicked off, my eyes will be glued to the screen. First time director Ben Rekhi does an excellent job at proving his skills behind the camera. Fine performances from its supporting cast. A very engaging drama from start to finish.

The photography was shot so well that you feel almost obligated to watch. A mesmerising drama showing that fear is what controls us. This is the most important movie about human survival made in years and a work of art that has been overlooked by many. Great work done by a first time director Ben Rekhi. “Waterborne” deserves a spot on my top ten list.

Successfully combines the cinemagraphic look of the movie “Traffic” and the power that came with the movie “Crash”. A very sobering, thought provoking film that demonstrates the power of racial equality and human survival. Waterborne is one of the most powerful films of the year. Great acting and directing. This is the most terrifiying story of survial I have ever seen on film. I recommend “Waterborne” to everyone who hasn’t yet discovered the talent behind Ben Rekhi as a director.