Here’s a film, by award winning director and author Robert Carter, that shows what happens when the water tanks run dry. Thirst is not directly about climate change and it’s not directly about the devastating consequences to your body and mind when there’s nothing left to drink.

Instead it’s a poignant and gripping narrative set paradoxically in a place where time seems to stand still. Perhaps even a love story. And you get the drift on climate change.

With Victoria Haralabidou, Myles Pollard, Hanna Mangan-Lawrence, Tom Green

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or Chauvel Palace Cinemas