A decent man who needs money is talked against his better judgment into participating in a crime. It's a familiar premise for Hollywood filmmakers. But in a new film from a first-time director, the man is a poor Somali fisherman -- and the crime is piracy. VOA's Carolyn Weaver has more on Fishing Without Nets, a thriller told from the pirates' point of view.
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