Some say the remote south Pacific island nation of Tuvalu is the poster child for global climate impact. If as predicted, the sea continues to rise, Tuvalu may become uninhabitable by the end of the century.
This film was produced by Tuvalu youth working with Loyola University Chicago students. Prior to this film being made, none of the Tuvalu youth had ever held a camera before. It is told from their prospective.
This documentary speaks to the potential loss of a people, their culture and home that is unique to the world. Keep in mind when you watch this...this is a film made by mostly inexperienced storytellers, but you will soon forget this, as the film doesn't reflect an amateurish production in any way.