When longtime friends Darby Duffin and Adam Jones set out to make their very first documentary in 2013, they had no choice but to go big. It’s what the story deserved.
Over the next six years, their journey would take them cross-country and overseas. They would accrue nearly 400 hours of footage. They would earn the trust of tight-knit communities up and down the New England coast, compiling nearly six-dozen interviews with men and women who bear their souls to the camera — detailing how they’ve put their lives on the line to feed their friends and family, the financial and emotional devastation they now face, a multi-generational culture suddenly at risk.
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