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The Greater Meaning of Water (2010)

Not Rated | | Drama, Sport | 2010 (USA)
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Freediver Max Avery (Justin Flint Williford) journeys to his inner-most depths as he pursues competitive freediving as a relief from a chronic lung disease. Yet his passion for the extreme ... See full summary »

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Sky Christopherson
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Cast

Credited cast:
Martie Ashworth ... Resident Physician
Mark Brunetti Mark Brunetti ... William Avery
Tamara Christopherson Tamara Christopherson ... Athlete Extra
Barbara Cole ... Deborah Malchovski
John Hawk John Hawk ... Dr. Vernon
Hollis London Hollis London ... Olivia Garner
Jeff Polinsky Jeff Polinsky ... Freediving Coach
Eric Trigg Eric Trigg ... Drug Control Agent
Von Ware Von Ware ... Sports Athlete
Justin Williford ... Max Avery
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Freediver Max Avery (Justin Flint Williford) journeys to his inner-most depths as he pursues competitive freediving as a relief from a chronic lung disease. Yet his passion for the extreme sport is widening a rift between him and his father (Mark Brunetti), a physician, who hears his son's risky descents will cost him his life. As Max trains for one last world record attempt, he must convince his father that the perilous dive may be his only chance of triumphing over his illness. Written by Sky Christopherson

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Plot Keywords:

dive | water | free diving | diving | scuba | See All (5) »

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The deeper you dive into the ocean...the deeper you dive into yourself.

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Drama | Sport

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands See more »

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Budget:

$24,500 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Has nothing to do with The Big Blue as they say, in fact almost has nothing to do with freediving

I was pretty excited to finally get to see another Freediving Movie. Ever since The Big Blue I was left with a want for more. This was my chance and I am sad to say it was a complete waste of my money and my time. I am an amateur freediver but know enough to say that the movie devotes ony the beginning and the end to freediving, the rest is a pseudo-spiritual emotional wannabe docudrama that honestly seems more like a bad college project or a bad soap opera. The acting is bad and seems very forced. The Dialogues are cheesy, to say the least, and the music is predictable and monotonous. The only two scenes about Freediving are good but only last about 2 minutes each. In other words, not a movie about freediving, a movie that has two freediving scenes in it. Do not recommend it all. Two thumbs down. Sorry if I was too harsh but I was really disappointed.


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