SCITUATE – Filmmaker Darby Duffin had a conversation with the wife of a local fisherman a decade ago that he said hit him right “in the gut.”

The conversation inspired Duffin to take took a closer look at local fishing communities, something he called “this iconic American trade so intrinsic to the cultural and economic vitality of the region.” He discovered it had “devolved into a slow, quiet death spiral,” he said.

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