Meet the last commercial fishing family in Rhode Island practicing trap fishing. The generations old, traditional fishing method relies on human power rather than technology. The family’s story is told from the perspective of Corey Forrest, a third generation “fishermom,” as she takes over the family business, navigates the changing industry, and fights to survive the changing times. It’s a quiet meditation on the impact modernization has on families, traditions, and long-held American ways of life.
PRODUCERS: Hudson Lines
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Michael Lines
EDITOR: Hudson Lines
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