Last year, a team of female paddlers set out to explore the Amur, a remote river located in Russia and Mongolia. It took them two months to complete that project, which was dubbed the Nobody’s River expedition. Now, a documentary about their travels is nearing completion, and will soon be making the rounds at various screenings and film festivals. Below, you’ll find the beautiful trailer for that film, which gives us a brief glimpse of what they faced while on their journey. This looks like a fantastic adventure film, and I’m looking forward to seeing the finished documentary.
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