United States | 2019 | Lily Zepeda
Jack Sim is the Singapore-born founder of the WTO (World Toilet Organization, in this case) and a tireless—and irreverent—crusader for proper sanitation around the globe. When he’s not making potty jokes, Sim is deadly serious about advocating for remedies to a problem that affects 2.4 billion people worldwide and causes tens of thousands of deaths each year. And he’s making progress. Get all the poop about this remarkable man in this “informative and fun documentary” (Film Threat). Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 87 min.
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