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Rated NR · 85 minutes · 2012

Informative, attractively produced animal documentary uses a character called Katie (Katie Pofahl) as a narrator. A Monterey transplant newly arrived from Wisconsin, Katie joins an otter rescue operation primarily to work with a rescued pup named Otter 501, and we learn what Katie does about the otters’ coastal world. For instance, that sea otters, once thought extinct after being hunted for their pelts, came back – there are now some 2,700 of them on the California coast. The scenery around Monterey Bay is captured magnificently by cinematographer Mark Shelley. Written by Josh Rosen and directed by Bob Talbot. More ecological films should be like this. (84 min.)
Director: Bob Talbot
Producer: Joan Johnson, Clint Jones, Josh Rosen and Mark Shelley

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