Some time spent with Hareshwar on Manori beach
Director: Shaina Anand; Cinematographer: Shaina Anand
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Summary: Footage from the day spent with Selina Uttankar and Hereshwar Patil, natives of Manori Village, Mumbai documenting their movement patterns in the city. Traditional Koli fishing occupation.
Fisherman walks along the beach talking.
Interview subjects: Machimar union, fishing schedule
-They leave at 10 o'clock at night and they've just come back, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
- How far do they go?
-They go three hours into the sea.
- So are you all members of the Machimar Sangh?
- Yes, most of us are Machimars.
- No but are you all part of the Sangh?
- No not all of us.
Manori Beach, Mumbai
Boys sorting prawns.
Fisherman sorting prawns.
- Now only old women wear nine meter saris. I wore a green one on my wedding.
The fisherman's wife walks down the beach and joins him and the rest of the family to sort fish and prawn.
Scenes from the fisherman's home. He scoops ice into boxes and fills them with prawns. His wife brings home more baskets of fish, his son helps him with the ice and another woman collects dried ribbonfish.
Family. A dog sits under a television. A boy comes home from school. The fisherman and his children pose for the camera.