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Movie Info & Cast
- Anne Hathaway
- Tim Robbins
- William Jackson Harper
- Mark Ruffalo
- Bill Pullman
- Victor Garber
- Bill Camp
- Mare Winningham
- Louisa Krause
- Chaney Morrow
Did You Know?
- Second film Mark Ruffalo has appeared in dealing with the DuPont family. The first was Foxcatcher (2014).
- In the montage before 2015, a shot of a factory shows smoke going into the stack revealing a reversed shot.
Atom User Reviews
EVERYONE MUST WATCH!
Beyond the fundamental horror of corporate greed trumping public-health concerns, the movie -- while often bleak and unsettling -- does find hope in the idea that one ordinary guy can make a difference. Dark Waters' message, though, is something bigger -- namely, that turning the tide is a task that will ultimately require a commitment from all of us.
Successfully restraining himself throughout from getting fancy or experimental, Haynes has intently devoted himself to the story and his actors, with strong, unshowy work that ideally serves the tale being told.
The subtle brilliance of its mise-en-scene, from 1980s Ohio boardrooms and rubber-chicken dinners to all-black wait staff and the casual discrimination against women, beds the story in the awful truth.