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Gotham Fish Tales (2003)

Director:

Robert Maass

Star:

Adam Brown
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Adam Brown ... Himself - Hardhat Diver
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English

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6 April 2003 (USA) See more »

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Fascinating documentary
1 June 2004 | by gdmweb-1See all my reviews

I've been fortunate to be able to watch this fascinating documentary twice on Sundance. It's about residents of New York City who fish in the city's rivers and bays. While the commercial fisherman shown lament the decline in catches over the last several decades (which is certainly not unique to New York) it's heartening to hear anecdotes from individuals who say that there are more fish than there were 30 years ago due to the cleaner water as a result of anti-pollution laws. My favorite sequence is of a man in waders fishing for stripers in a marsh surrounded by a highway, train tracks, and a golf course - it doesn't look like it's anywhere near NYC - he wouldn't let the director disclose his secret location.


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