Nestlé Waters and a young documentary maker partner up to travel to 50 countries around the globe to ask people about what water means to them.
In some ways, Cyril Bruyelle is typical of his generation. He is aware of the many complex issues facing the world, and frustrated by the lack of clear solutions. After completing his studies in entrepreneurship at the ESCP, Bruyelle worked for a while in microfinance, strategy consulting and even founded his own social enterprise. But no matter what he did, he couldn’t quite find his place. One day, he sat down in front of a blank sheet paper and wrote down his goals. “Understand the world”, “travel” and “interact socially” ended up topping his list.