It’s the end of the seventies and one young reporter is bearing witness to the final days of Australia’s
Thirty years after the last whale was captured and slaughtered in Australia, Chris Pash, tells the
very human story of the characters and events that brought whaling to an end.
This fair and balanced account portrays
the raw adventure of going to sea, the perils of being a whaler and the ‘crazy, but somehow magical’ commitment
that leads activists to throw themselves into the path of an explosive harpoon.