”Power of the River: Expedition to the Heart of Water in Bhutan’ is an adventure documentary from the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. This little Buddhist nation, home to the world’s most ambitious commitment to protect nature, faces urgent pressure to dam every river. To meet hydropower quotas with India, Bhutan will have to damn all of its rivers. A man named Karma “Good Karma” Tshering guides a 25-day expedition, including a nine-day float trip, into the unknown to keep his country’s mightiest river wild and free.
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