David Oyelowo’s ” The Water Man” tells the story of 11-year-old Gunner’s (Lonnie Chavis) who is in a quest to save his sick mother (Rosario Dawson). He meets Jo (Amiah Miller) and they set on a journey to find The Water Man, a local legend who can cheat death itself.
The film also spotlights parenting and the need for parents to understand their kids. While his father Amos (David Oyelowo) is trying his best to come to terms with his wife’s health, it ultimately puts all the strain on the father-son relationship.
After scoring a map of the exact location of the legend’s whereabouts through Jim Bussey (Alfred Molina), who wrote the original book about “The Water Man”, Gunner and Jo soon begin their journey to find the ultimate elixir.
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Actor David Oyelowo, who’s also the director of the film, did a good job. His directorial debut, which is centred on children’s fantasy drama, deals with grief and the pain of losing someone.
Lonnie Chavis nailed his role as the main character of this film. His show of emotions drives the powerful message of finding a sense of hope when everything around is dark.
“The Water Man” is currently streaming on Netflix and it’s one film every member of your family will enjoy watching.
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