Guillermo Del Toro is following up his Oscar nominated The Shape Of Water film with an H20 inspired sequel. The Taste Of Water will explore just what the wet title promises – the bland, never changing taste of the essential liquid which replenishes our human life force.
The Shape Of Water Defines The Taste Of Water
Here’s how one of the producers of Guillermo Del Toro’s new movie summed up its narrative mission. “Water is water. How does water taste? Why does water taste? Can you even really taste water? Ice water. Warm water. Mineral water. Ice water. Glaciers. Snow. Fog. Dew. Bottled water. Water is all taste. Water is no taste. But always remember this: The Shape of Water defines The Taste of Water. This is what our movie shall explore in detail.”
Water, water everywhere and ever so much to drink – if it’s clean. Water’s taste has eluded mankind since the beginning of recorded time and beyond. We’re all so genuinely excited by the prospect of being finally told what water tastes like and why we so enjoy the taste of drinking it when thirsty.
“Water is life. Life is water. The Taste Of Water will explore the enigmatic ebb and flow of Earth’s ocean water, the mysterious tides, the calm, placid lakes, the deceptive ponds and muddy, gross swamps. Do you like water? Do you need more water in your dry, parched desert of a life? You’re going to get it with our soaked film. Guillermo Del Toro will soon be known as a director who is all wet. And guess what, he’ll glory in the title and relish in his watery image.”