A wealthy sheikh decides on a visionary project that would be of benefit to his people (not to mention front door access to his favourite British sport). Having already built a dam for irrigation, he would now like to stock it with salmon for fly fishing. Money is no obstacle, only the initial stubbornness of a narrowly fixated scientist who is maneuvered into heading the project by a government desperate for a good news story from the Middle East. Throw in a dying marriage, an attractive entrepreneur, and a hint of the current debate between faith and science – mix with the peculiar British penchant for understated comedy, and we have 90 minutes of great entertainment and good story telling. I enjoyed it immensely.
- Carole Mallory: Movie Review: Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (huffingtonpost.com)
- Salmon Fishing in the Yemen … is a delight (sisterrose.wordpress.com)
- GFF 2012:SALMON FISHING IN YEMEN Get’s Second Trailer (thepeoplesmovies.com)
- Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (mercifullyshortreviews.wordpress.com)
- Salmon Fishing In The Yemen: A Story Of Believing The Impossible Is Possible (huffingtonpost.com)
4 thoughts on “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen – fishes & faith”
That looks just my type of film! Thanks for the recommendation, WP 🙂
You’re most welcome!