Climate & Environment • 1h 26m
A compelling testimony to the possibilities of local activism, this environmental thriller follows investigative journalist, Matt Blomberg, and ocean activist, Paul Ferber, in their dangerous efforts to create a marine conservation area and combat the relentless tide of illegal fishing in Southeast Asia. Along the way a new generation of Cambodian environmentalists are inspired to create a better life for their people.
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