The Southeastern Anatolia Project is the largest development project in Turkey. Since the 80‘s the Turkish state builds dams in the southeast of Turkey and decides over the heads of the public. Families are resettled by force and fields are flooded. Missing perspectives and a lack of jobs force people to migrate to larger cities. One of the oldest cultivated landscapes is going to be depopulated. The documentary film Still Water shows the life of affected people, their fates and desires, and gives a voice to those whose opinions don't count.