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Dutch Harbor: Where the Seas Breaks it's Back

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Genre:Documentary
Release Date:January 1, 1997
Running time:80 minutes
Director:Braden King, Laura Moya

Description: Dutch Harbor is one of the largest fishing ports in the United States, located on the small remote island of Unalaska, part of the Aleutian Island chain. Trawlers each day head to sea to fish in the oceans off the Pacific Northwest or up into the Bering Sea some 300 miles away. This documentary is the story of the small town where Dutch Harbor is located and the men and women who call Unalaska and the sea their home. This 80-minute film, shot in black-and-white, shows a village in transition, from a remote place on the earth to one of the most active international commercial-fishing communities. Stunning photography and an equally captivating soundtrack brings together the story of these people who live on the western shores of Alaska.~ Forrest Spencer, All Movie Guide

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