There are few filmmakers whose work can make a true, lasting impact, which lies somewhere between technique, skill and vision. I would have to include Ayz Waraich in that list.

He’s returned ahead of the anticipated The Divine River with a film that initially masqueraded as exercise, but was always about “listening to one another before it’s too late.”

Take his advice, he knows what he’s talking about.

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