The Long Coast gives viewers an inside peek at the day-to-day life of fisherfolk from quiet seaside towns along the shores of Maine. Through a series of interview-style anecdotes interwoven with action clips from the field, these coastal residents share the beauty, intimacy, and uncertainty of their lives’ and livelihoods’ ties to the ocean. These uncertainties arise in particular from human actions — from overfishing to warming seas — that force Maine and its people to confront profound change.
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