Jago: A Life Underwater, the multi-nominated and award-winning film is now exclusively available on the online platform Smithsonian Earth.
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Jago is an hour long 4K film which tells the story of Rohani, an 80-year old Bajau fisherman from the Togean Islands, off Sulawesi, Indonesia.
"Rohani recounts his exhilarating tale, accompanied by breathtaking underwater cinematography and some of the most stunning footage of Bajau life ever captured on film. With the help of family and friends in the village where Rohani grew up, Jago: A Life Underwater recreates his memories from the island and its surrounding waters, delivering a rare and intimate glimpse into the culture of the Bajau." (Smithsonian Earth)