A Must-See Short Film: Fishing Without Nets

Chioma Obii-Obioha December 16, 2011

Sundance 2012 selection, “Fishing Without Nets” (Jallaabasho Shabaq La’Aan) is a short narrative film shot guerilla-style by 24-year old American film maker, Cutter Hodierne about Somali pirates. What sets this short apart from the regular buzz about the Somali pirates is that it has only one theme: to tell the story of the pirates from the perspective of the pirates themselves.

Enjoy the trailer below:

FISHING WITHOUT NETS – TEASER from mynameisCutter.com on Vimeo.



Last Edited by: Updated: September 15, 2018


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