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Last Days at Sea

12-year-old Reyboy lives in Karihatag, an isolated fishing village in the south of the Philippines. Every morning, the men of his village set out to sea. Their daily catch is shared upon their return and the area close to the shore has been turned into an ecological safe haven for fish. In Karihatag, most boys grow up to become subsistence fishermen. However, in pursuit of a more prosperous future, Reyboy will have to leave his village to attend school in the city. This documentary captures Reyboy’s last days in his village. It is a memento of the life he is leaving behind. Through his thoughtful conversations with the film’s director, Venice Atienza we learn that Reyboy has a unique and poetic vision of the world that is deeply anchored to life on the sea. Follow Reyboy and see the beauty in the unnoticeable moments of growing up, and perhaps you’ll find the courage to face the difficulties of life with kindness and tenderness.

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  • Runtime
    72 minutes
  • Language
    Cebuano, Tagalog
  • Country
  • Note
    THEMES: Awakening, choosing a path, saying goodbye (loss, move)
  • Director
    Venice Atienza
  • Producer
    Venice Atienza