North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival

Sockeye Salmon. Red Fish.

Expired April 26, 2021 4:59 AM
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Sockeye, a species of wild salmon, is born in Kamchatkan waters and spends its entire life in the Pacific Ocean. Only once does it return to freshwaters - to give offspring, start the circle of life, and die. It is an inexhaustible resource that feeds billions of people on the planet, restored every year! But soon, we may find ourselves facing the unimaginable: humans will exhaust the inexhaustible!

  • Year
  • Runtime
    51 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    Russian Federation
  • Director
    Dmitriy Shpilenok, Vladislav Grishin
  • Producer
    Petr Shpilenok, Anna Sukhova
  • Cinematographer
    Dmitriy Shpilenok, Nicolay Shpilenok
  • Sound Design
    Evgeniy Petrol