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Todd Haynes : Dark Waters explores a vision of a more brutal of the whistleblower

Out in the room last February, the thriller green Dark Waters, where shines Mark Ruffalo, recounting the fight of the attorney Robert Bilott, a hero of the fight against pollutants and endocrine disruptors in the United States. A fight of David against Goliath where the business lawyer was found to defend a farmer, a neighbor of her parents, against the giant of the chemistry DuPont, which over the years has poisoned the land and water of Southern Virginia in rejecting in nature, the waste resulting from the manufacture of objects in Teflon. After a career cut short on the big screen because of the epidemic of Covid-19, Dark Waters is now available on VOD. The opportunity to rediscover a film for which its director Todd Haynes is out of his comfort zone, as he had told le Figaro at the beginning of the year.

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