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Off the coast of Georgia, two brothers come of age on the barrier island Sapelo in the last remaining enclave of the Saltwater Geechee people. Their greatest joy is exploring the island like their adoptive mother and Sapelo's matriarchal griot, Cornelia Walker Bailey, did as a child. Cornelia works to preserve what remains of this unique community, while shepherding her young sons through their complicated youth.

Nick Brandestini directed DARWIN (SFF 2012) and CHILDREN OF THE ARCTIC (SFF 2015).

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  • Year
  • Runtime
    92 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    USA via Switzerland
  • Premiere
    New England
  • Director
    Nick Brandestini
  • Screenwriter
    Taylor Segrest
  • Producer
    Vesna Eckert
  • Cinematographer
    Nick Brandestini
  • Editor
    Nick Brandestini
  • Sound Design
    Guido Keller
  • Music
    Michael Brook