Whales of Gold
고래라는 황금
  • 동물과 함께 사는 세상
Synopsis Every winter, following the migration of grey whales, tourists, scientists, and conservationists descend upon the San Ignacio Lagoon in Baja California, Mexico. Their presence - and the establishment of Latin America's largest biosphere reserve - brings profound change to the lagoon’s small fishing community. Twelve-year-old Antonio negotiates between the different points of view of locals and outsiders about the changes and what the future will bring. Whales of Gold raises questions about how to conserve habitat and species in a way that also sustains the livelihoods of local people.
Lucia Duncan 루치아 던컨
Director Lucia Duncan
Country USA
Year 2009
Running Time 38'20"
Genre Documentary
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