The story of Aleut Americans interred in abandoned and forgotten fish camps during World War II. Filming took place primarily in the Aleutian Islands and Southeast Alaska. Virtually every filmstock that Kodak makes or has ever made (35mm and 16mm) was used to document this incredible story. Martin Sheen narrates.
They are the families of our nation’s fallen military. On speaking terms with death, their stories redefine American life.<br /><br />For information on underwriting this film, please contact Carolyn K. Robinson, e-mail or call (907) 248-4829.