Untroubled Waters (1971)

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At Valdez in Alaska fishermen are concerned at the prospect of an oil terminal being built amidst their profitable fishing grounds. The film looks at Valdez and at Finnart in Scotland, where local fisherman were equally troubled when an oil terminal was built 20 years ago. The loch is busier but there is still good fishing, clean water and beautiful surroundings for all to enjoy.

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