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Sunday 27 : 14h25 pm
Monday 28 : 4:30 pm
Wednesday 2 : 5:45 pm

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Last of the right whales (with French subtitles)

Information

Language

English

Audience

65 and up
Teens
Adults
Young adults
Members

Type of activity

Cinéma du Musée

Mode

In Person

Sunday 27 : 14h25 pm
Monday 28 : 4:30 pm
Wednesday 2 : 5:45 pm

February 18 – March 3, 2022

Original English version with French subtitles.

North Atlantic right whales die faster than they reproduce. There are fewer than 350 of them and they rarely die of natural causes, struck by ships or fatally injured by fishing gear. THE LAST RIGHT WHALES is the story of a disparate group of people - a wildlife photographer, a marine biologist, a businessman, a female wildlife photographer, a marine biologist, a whale rescuer and a crab fisherman - united in their cause to save the North Atlantic right whale. Joining forces, these formidable allies are determined to prevent the world's first major whale extinction.

The film combines the 4K cinematography of a blue-chip nature film with the character-driven, vérité storytelling of a high-stakes drama. With unprecedented access to film the migration of the North Atlantic right whale from their calving ground off the coast of Florida to their new feeding area in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, this feature documentary brings a message of hope about the most at-risk, great whale on the planet, the Last Right Whales is a message of hope for an endangered cetacean.

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