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Teach A Man To Fish

Grant Leigh Saunders is an Aboriginal filmmaker, teacher and song-writer. Despite a promising artistic career, Grant is unsettled and feels there is something missing in his life. As a fair skinned, middle-aged, Aboriginal man, with a Norwegian wife and two young "Koori-Wegian" kids, Grant is still struggling with his identity. Compounding this feeling is that Grant has been away from his home country of Taree for over twenty years. Grant has secretly always wanted to be a fisherman, just like his father Ray and his grandfather Horry before him. When his uncle Steve, his father's main fishing partner, decides to quit fishing, Grant latches onto the opportunity to quit everything to go fishing with his father. On the eve of Ray's retirement, he finally convinces him to pass on the family trade, leaving his family in Newcastle through the working week to pursue his dream to be a fisherman in his home country on the beautiful Manning River. It is an opportunity for him to spend time with his father to hopefully salvage a relationship he spoiled sometime ago but as Grant asks more questions of his father, we learn that there is infinitely more to this father and son fishing trip than learning how to fish. Throughout Grant's journey, the push and pull between his life in Newcastle with his wife and kids and his re-connection with his family up north in Taree, leads Grant to make some big life changing decisions.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Grant Leigh Saunders

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