- Directed by: Loïc Jourdain
- Duration: 106 ‘
- Produced by Lugh Films in co-production with Idée Originale (France), South Wind Blows LTD (Ireland), France 3 Corse Via Stella & The Irish Film Board
On the Irish island of Inishboffin, there are fishermen from father to son. So, when a new EU regulation deprives John O'Brien of his ancestral way of like, he takes the lead in a crusade to assert the simple right of indigenous peoples to live off their traditional resources. Federating NGOs, fishermen from all over Europe and ordinary citizens, John will brave the industrial lobbies for 8 years and prove, from Donegal coasts to the corridors of Brussels, that another Europe is possible.