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Fisherfolk of Kalk Bay

South Africa, 1955 (MIFF 1957, Folks and Faraway)

Director: Errol Hinds

A study of the fishing community living at Kalk Bay, near Cape Town. The ancestors of these simple, kindly people came from Manila, from Java, from the East and from the West, but they live united in their love of the sea which they harvest for their livelihood.

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