5 min / documentary / 2018 / USA
filmmaker: Kathryn Barry
A father-son fishing duo from Brooklyn go fishing in Jamaica Bay, Queens. Little Sal has learning disabilities and uses fishing to connect to the world around him instead of staying home playing video games. His father, Big Sal, didn’t want to dwell on the disability, rather enjoys the bonding time and learning experiences with his son night fishing.
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