THE GODFATHER OF THE OCEAN feature film, audience reactions
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THE GODFATHER OF THE OCEAN, 52min., France, Documentary
Directed by Martin Boudot, Hugo Van Offel
He is "The Godfather of the Oceans". Junchang Wu is the leader of a criminal network trafficking "Totoaba", an endangered fish living in Mexican waters. Known as the "cocaine of the sea" for its lucrative price - up to 50,000 euros per kilo - totoaba is said to have miraculous properties according to traditional Chinese medicine. This traffic of endangered species sees the unique collaboration of two of the most violent criminal organization in the world: the Mexican cartels and the Chinese mafia.
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