Facing the overexploitation of the sea in Celestun, Mexico, a group of fishers decides to implement an initiative known as the Fishing Refuge Zone. However, they will face diverse challenges in the community and the organisation that will put the project at risk.
“Kay” is the story of a fishers group from the Port of Celestun, a small town located on the emblematic Yucatan Peninsula, who create the largest Fishing Refuge Zone (FRZ) in Mexico. This initiative seeks to restore the quantity and types of species that inhabit this region to face the severe threats of climate change, pollution and overexploitation of the oceans. These fishers of Mayan ascendence will fight against all adversities because they are convinced that their initiative can significantly change the country and inspire other fishing communities to protect their resources for future generations.