Highwater is a 2008 documentary film about surfing’s Triple Crown competitions, the final three competitions of the professional surfing tour held each year on Oahu’s North Shore.
Dana Brown, the son of the legendary surfer and filmmaker Bruce Brown, directs the film.
High Water Release Date
The series will premiere on Netflix on October 5, 2022.
High Water Plot
“In 1997, scientists and local government officials in Wroclaw face life-or-death decisions when a destructive flood wave threatens the city,” according to the official synopsis. It’s an exciting political drama centered on the devastating floods and their impact on the citizens. The plot revolves around real-life destruction and its aftermath.
The government official who releases the first flood report is met with criticism and disbelief. Although it creates tension, city officials are unwilling to accept the facts.
The floods will drown the entire structure, and residents must be informed and evacuated as a result. However, the larger issue that intersects with the floods is convincing them to leave their homes.
For the officials, an interlock battle has arisen. They must now make changes and save lives while convincing every resident to leave their property. Furthermore, the series includes a parallel drama involving the female protagonist and one of the city officials. Where she must also deal with her own personal conflicts.
High Water Cast
The two-minute sixteen-second long clip features several actors including Agnieszka Żulewska, Tomasz Schuchardt, Ireneusz Czop, Anna Dymna, Jerzy Trela, Mirosław Kropielnicki, Blanka Kot, Tomasz Kot, Adam Nawojczyk, Leszek Lichota, Marta Nieradkiewicz, Łukasz Lewandowski, Roman Gancarczyk, Tomasz Sapryk, and Maria Maj
The six-episode series is set during and inspired by real-life events following a flood that struck Wroclaw, Poland, and surrounding areas such as parts of the Czech Republic and Germany in 1997.
High Water, set in 1997 and inspired by true events, tells the terrifying story of devastating floods and the political forces at work during any crisis situation.