In 1866 the General Grant sank off the remote subantarctic Auckland Islands, with 2576 ounces of gold on board. In 2000 two kina divers and a one-legged tractor driver headed south on a quixotic quest for the buried treasure. The unlikely lads reckon they know where the booty is (despite it eluding 15+ previous search efforts). Their mission turns out to be rugged, illegal, and possibly clueless (as their homespun theories are tested), but that doesn't deter the spirit of the adventurers. First time filmmaker Samuel Richards came along for the fool's gold ride.
It’s guys like us, with guts, that’s going to get this country out of the shit.– Terry the engineer
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Includes music by Joshua Foley, Dam Native, Cuba & Gizmo, Lo Finite, Pan Am and Manuel Bundy