Director: Barton Bund
Enbridge Energy's Live Five oil pipeline was designed to last 50 years. It was built in 1953. Each day, this aging and damaged pipeline carries 23 million gallons of oil and natural gas across the Straits of Mackinac. This waterway is known for its powerful and unpredictable currents. An oil spill there could destroy more than 700 miles of coastline. The Great Lakes contain 20% of the world's fresh water. And these waters are at risk. LINE 5: THE DOCUMENTARY explores the grave dangers of keeping this pipeline running. Scientists, experts, and Michigan residents give passionate accounts of the terrors of oil contamination in the water.
Director: Claire de Vries
Screenwriter: Claire de Vries
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