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Like millions of other people across the globe, Marry-Ann (below right) lives with one foot in a modern urban world, and another foot in a more traditional society, symbolised by the ceremonial garb won by her daughter Malaika (centre) and the traditional everyday outfit worn by her mother Angelina (left). The 20-year-in-the-making documentary film “When I Was Water” explores how Marry-Ann deals with the tensions of these two worlds in a rapidly changing South Africa.