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Movie Debuts On Google Video

Well, there is one bright spot on Google Video this week: The film “Waterborne“, which one an Audience Award at the SXSW Film Festival, is available on Google video, streaming for free for the first week and available as a $3.99 purchase. Even better, according to this news story, the film is available without any DRM, and can thus be burned to a DVD without any hacking.

Waterborne tells the story of the aftermath of a terrorist attack, the poisoning of the water supply of Los Angeles. Judging from the first seven minutes, it looks pretty good. It stars Chris Masterson (”Malcolm In The Middle”) and Jon Gries (”Napolean Dynamite”), and wins the InsideGoogle award for “First Thing Worth Buying From Google Video”.

Watch it now while its still free.
(via BuyGoogle)

January 11th, 2006 Posted by Nathan Weinberg | Store, Google Video, Search, General | 2 comments


  1. I´ved seen it and I think that they had to earned the InsideGoogle award.

    Comment by mary | January 13, 2006

  2. I watched it last night on Google Video. Not a bad flick.

    Comment by Juston | January 13, 2006

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