DAN ROSS and BELINDA BAGGS are Australian surfers and activists who have been fighting the fossil fuel industry’s threat to our island-nation’s coastline. We witness their humble cliff-top conversation over a campfire and billy-tea, set to stunning visual shots that encapsulate the pristine, natural beauty of our coastline, from the wildly colourful Great Barrier Reef in the north, to the cold and raw seascapes of the Great Australian Bight.

There are interviews with first nations elder Uncle Kenny, as well as the evocative music of indigenous quartet Culture is Life, headed by Glenn Skuthorpe. This film adds punch to the already powerful momentum of the Fight for the Bight, Stop Adani and Climate movements.

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