Third Person” is a powerful documentary that sheds light on the devastating impact of climate change on communities and marine wildlife in the Caribbean. The film takes a close look at the struggles of the indigenous Guna people of Panama, who fear the loss of their islands due to rising sea levels. With seawater increasingly entering their homes, the Guna people’s fate seems to be sealed. The film chronicles their fight for survival and their quest to find a new home as their islands slowly disappear.
The documentary also takes viewers to Belize, where the Fragments of Hope organization is working tirelessly to restore the country’s barrier reef. Through a process called reseeding, the NGO is helping to bring the reef back from the brink of extinction. As fish return and bleached corals start to regain their vibrant colors, the people of Belize hope for a better future. With stunning visuals and heartwarming stories of hope, “Third Person” is a must-see documentary that will leave a lasting impression on viewers.