“The only time I ever saw water slide before was in an old episode of The Simpsons,” says one of the film’s stars, Will Smith.
“I’ve been trying to get a real life water slide for years.
It’s the ultimate thing in the world, but it’s never been done before.”
While the water slide is an invention, the film is a story of the struggle of people trying to make their dreams come true.
The project was inspired by the documentary Waterfall, which tells the story of a small town in the US that tried to build a water slide and ended up having to build it themselves.
“It’s a documentary about what it’s like to live in a world where the government doesn’t care about you, you can’t even get water, and it’s really hard,” says Will Smith, who is one of six actors and five crew members involved in the project.
“It’s very emotional and very human.”
The water slide, which has been made from recycled paper, is based on a small scale experiment in the town of Cottage Grove, Wisconsin, a small city of about 8,500 people, which is about 50 kilometres (30 miles) from Milwaukee.
The project is not an exact replica of what happened in Cottage Gate, Wisconsin where the Cottage Hills water slide was built, but a film of the water slides and water slides at other sites around the world shows what the challenges are.
The water slides were constructed by local volunteers and built in partnership with the town and the US Army Corps of Engineers.
The water slides are located on the Cottages water park, and the park was designed by artist John McKean and architect Peter Sperry.
The film shows how the project began and the people who helped build it.
The film also features interviews with some of the residents, who gave their accounts of the project, its challenges and what they learned from it.
“We are here to tell the story,” Smith says.
“We don’t want it to be forgotten, but we don’t need it to go away.
We’re here to keep it alive.”
The water is coming down, and you feel it.
It is really hard.
You have to hold onto the water for about a minute and then it goes away.
It takes a lot of courage to do it.
If you can do it, it will do it for you.
“The project also has an environmental message.
In the video, the water slides are seen being unloaded onto a trailer to be transported to the COTTAGE GROVE water park.
The trailer was loaded onto a truck, and Smith and crew are seen taking photos of the process, as they take out a raft and float it out onto the trailer.”
Our aim was to do something that’s not seen anywhere else,” he says.”
A piece of art that was not only about the environment, but about the people involved.
It was about the whole community coming together and finding a common purpose and to get people together.
“The film is produced in partnership by the American Water Works Association, which represents the water industry.
In addition to Smith and his team, the project also includes local and state water officials and volunteers.