Fishing Without Nets
Showings
State TheatreWed, Jul 30 12:00 PM
Sponsored by:
Paula & Bill Cordes and Anne & Bill Montgomery
Not Available  
 
Bijou by the BaySun, Aug 3 9:00 AM
Sponsored by:
Valerie Angers and Christine Struminski
Not Available  
 
Film Info
Section:Foreign
Release Year:2014
Runtime:109 min.
Type of Film:Feature Narrative
Premiere Status:Midwest Premiere
Rating:NR
Production Country:Kenya
Somalia
USA
Original Language:English
French
Somali
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Abdikani Muktar
Abdi Siad
Abduwhali Faarah
Abdikhadir Hassan
Reda Kateb
Idil Ibrahim
Director:Cutter Hodierne
Produced by:Ben Freedman
Brian Glazen
Stephanie Pinola
Victor Shapiro
Raphael Swann
Screenwriter:Cutter Hodierne
John Hibey
David Burkman
Cinematography:Alex Disenhof
Editing By:Cutter Hodierne
Dominic LaPerriere
Description
On the coast of Somalia, Abdi’s family have long sustained themselves as fishermen. But a recent surge in pollution, droughts, and war have forced the normally upstanding Abdi into a difficult situation. Desperate to make a better life for his family, he reluctantly joins a local pirate crew and sets out to hijack a passing French oil tanker, taking its crew hostage. But how far will he go to earn his cut of the ransom? An award winner at Sundance, this gripping docudrama plays like “Captain Phillips” from the pirates’ point of view, as portrayed by a cast of Somali refugees (mainly non-professional actors), offering mesmerizing and deeply human portraits of life on a side of the world we rarely see.
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