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Alaska, The 7th Year

Directed by: Dan Geva
55 Minutes, 1995

Every year Nek-Nek, a remote Alaskian village, is visited by some 5,000 fisherman from every part of the U.S.A, who spend three weeks, trying to hook hundreds of millions of red salmon. This battlefield is the backdrop for the director’s personal account of his seven years as a fisherman in Alaska.