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My Village, My Lobster (2012)

This shocking documentary tells the story of the indigenous Miskito lobster divers along Nicaragua's Caribbean Coast who risk their lives every day diving for the region's most lucrative ... See full summary »

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This shocking documentary tells the story of the indigenous Miskito lobster divers along Nicaragua's Caribbean Coast who risk their lives every day diving for the region's most lucrative resource - the Caribbean spiny lobster. Written by Brad Allgood

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Every industry has something to hide.


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Joshua Wolff used to teach English to middle school students in a mountain town in Japan. Producer Brad Allgood served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nicaragua. See more »

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Hope there have been some improvements in the industry since...
6 April 2017 | by (LA) – See all my reviews

I was slightly bummed when I realized this was not about Maine lobster men, and instead about Nicaraguan spiny lobster divers and the hazards they face. Pleasantly surprised, it was a well crafted doc with good interviews that made me realize what these men put themselves through to provide for their families (and for those who just want all you can eat at Red Lobster).


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