A documentary about the development around Barton Springs in Austin, Texas, and the environment's unexpected response to human interference.
Did You Know?
Director Laura Dunn
was 9 months pregnant at the time of her interview with Robert Redford
. The interview took place on her due date. She gave birth the next day to a son (to whom the film is dedicated). See more
A latter animation showing water lines becoming blood vessels has a noticeable shift. It appears a duplicate frame has been accidentally inserted. See more
Just imagine, it all kinda just happened all at once. We were riding the wave... and everyone was doing great... and all of a sudden, all the banks started failing. And you'd go to work and everyone was losing their home, or their car was being repossessed... And then the times got worse... And then they got worse.
The closing title sequence, designed by Kyle Cooper/Prologue, begins on a massive abstract-art depiction of overdeveloped land and zooms all the way down to the surface to rest upon a single tree. Cooper requested his credit be "Closing title/Cosmic Zoom Sequence" which is what appears in the credit crawl. See more
Written and Produyced by Kerry Muzzey
Published by Kirbyko Music (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Kerry Muzzey
(as K. Muzzey) See more