|  Book Tickets: 10/09/2010
  |  Buy to Own: 10/09/2010
  |  Watch Now: 08/02/2011
  |  70 min
Rated PG by the BBFC


Mexican filmmaker Pedro Gonzalez-Rubio directs this part film/part documentary set on Banco Chinchorro, the second largest coral reef in the world, which lies just off the Mexican coast. Five-year-old Natan (Natan Machado Palombini) is the son of an Italian mother (Roberta Palombini) and Mexican father (Jorge Machado) who have recently divorced. Before leaving for a new life in Rome with his mother, Natan spends a final summer with his father and grandfather (Nestor Marin) in their simple fisherman's shack at the Banco Chinchorro, learning the ways of their work and forming a bond that, despite its simplicity and strength, is inevitably overshadowed by Natan's impending departure.

Contains one mild sex reference and very mild language
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