Dutch Harbor: Where the Sea Breaks Its Back (1998) Braden King, Laura Moya

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To watch Dutch Harbor is to bear a kind of witness, for this independent documentary is an elegy; the poetic anthropology of a passing. As others before them, filmmakers Braden King and Laura Moya went to Dutch Harbor, Alaska – the most westerly point of the United States – to trace the edge of things and to move beyond paved roads toward blurred horizons of sea, sky and rock. They returned from this Aleutian Island port and its multi-million dollar industry built on the migrations of Bering Sea crab with an edge vision of obsession, decline and elemental beauty. Set to an improvised score of crystalline precision by Michael Krassner and the Boxhead Ensemble, the film’s images preserve and celebrate the fiercely independent spirit of a completely unique community and landscape in a meditative exploration of “the last place to go.”

Also Known As (AKA): Dutch harbor, là où la mer vient s’éteindre, Dutch Harbor: Limani stin akri tou kosmou

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IMDB

English | DVDRip | MKV | 712×480 | AVC @ 2029 kb/s | 1.21 GB
Audio: AC-3 @ 320 kb/s | 2 channels | 01:13:52 minutes
Genre: Documentary

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