Lofoten fishermen. (1944)
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Released a separate film for Norsk-Film story of Deutsche Vohenshau.
View from the ship's side to the Norwegian Sea.
Lofoten Islands off the coast of Norway, known for their fishing.
Waves lapping on the shore.
Animated map diagram showing arrows populations of Atlantic cod, every January sailing from the north to the Scandinavian shores to spawn.
Numerous fishing boats of different sizes floating on the sea.
Fishermen take out of the water network with a large fish.
Some of the fish on a hook or other fishing gear.
The fishermen clean and sort the fish, putting it in the barrels.
Shelled fish is weighed, washed, hung on hooks.
Sailors are crossbars with hooks on which hang the fish.
Numerous crossbar drying fish set in rows in the open air.
Fisherman on shore throws in a bunch of fish carcasses using a pointed stick.
Immediately the other fishermen cleaned them, separated the milk and remaining viscera, put in barrels.
Children and women are also involved in cleaning and preparing fish.
Workers cut fillet portion, and fish skins are placed in boxes, pour salt.
Evening fisherman put on the web the new floats, bait.
Fishermen repairing nets.
Announcer: "The dinner, of course, also of the fish."
Workers laid food on the plates, eating.
Panoramic views of the town: close hundreds of boats are at berth Sunday - a day of rest for fishermen.
The beauty of the northern landscape.
Forms of the village and the sea in the evening.
Key wordsNorway, Norwegian Sea, Lofoten, fishermen, fishing, harvesting of fish, nature