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by Katerina Suvorova


The extinction of the Aral Sea is one of the most disastrous human-caused catastrophes in the world history. Rusty skeletons of ships and a salt desert lay below the horizon, which was once covered by water. Sea Tomorrow takes us to this post-apocalyptic landscape where the sea is gone but the people are left: a fisherman who has no fish to catch, an old gardener with only saline soil to plant his trees, a hydro-biologist who does her daily studies in the mud of the former seabed and pirates who live in a shipwreck. The locals say that every 100 years the land renews itself. The sea is gone, but one day it might come back again.

international title: Sea Tomorrow
original title: Zavtra more
country: Kazakhstan, Germany
year: 2016
genre: documentary
directed by: Katerina Suvorova
film run: 88'
screenplay: Johannes Wahlström
cinematography by: Eugen Schlegel
film editing: Azamat Alybasov
music: Eldar Tagi
producer: Sain Gabdullin
production: Kino Company [KZ]
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