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DVNA (2016) Teaser Trailer: The Danube River Disappears Followed By Humanity


DVNA Trailer. Tamás Yvan Topolánszky‘s DVNA (2016) teaser trailer stars Andrew Hefler. DVNA‘s plot synopsis: “Imagine that one day you wake up in the city of Budapest and realize the Danube River has disappeared. It’s just a dry riverbed full of nostalgic objects and memories. What kind of moral impact would it have on the people? What would happen to the drinking water supply? How long would the city be livable? Could it be at all?”

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DVNA Movie Poster

DVNA movie poster

This is what a teaser trailer is all about. The voice-over and imagery in this trailer are great. This question is – Is this sustainable? The film will need other aspects to it to be deemed a motion picture.

The following seems to allude to what else the film has in store for the viewer:

“Thirst. The human body can last 72 hours without water before it begins to break down.
What would force you from your ancestral home? Divorce? Love? Government? Work? Death?
First, you want to stay, to live with the inconveniences. You think you can adapt. You think…

When I was a boy, I sat on a lake with my father. A message came to me in a bottle. It prophesied what was soon to come. I waited. The years were not kind.
And when the day came, nobody was prepared. Suddenly, it was a new era.
But we’re survivors. Most of us…
One day I will return. And then my thirst will end.”

That sounds interesting. I wish we knew how many actors are involved in this film.

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DVNA teaser trailer


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