Well, Hollywood has stepped up to the plate finally on the issue of oil and gas production and hydraulic fracturing (or fracing, or fracking, or don't frack with our water, or...whatever...).
Starring Matt Damon, Frances McDormand, John Krasinki and Hal Holbrook, this new movie is all about the land and water and people of rural America - and of course the private corporate structure that wants the profits to be made from same.
Some suggest it will be that Hollywood envirofest that will give Erin Brockovich a run for her money - pardon the pun. And the trailer seems to support this notion. It certainly ups the ante when in one scene we see the whole farm go up in flames - not just something as mundane as a kitchen faucet. What a visual.
I won't tell any more about the film so as not to spoil anything, but for us groundwater types that have had an inkling or more of "experience" with the oil and gas industry, it should prove very interesting, indeed. Oh, and it's NOT a documentary like "Gasland", but a real moving picture show. It plans to release on December 28, so watch for it in a theater near you.