On a remote location in the South China sea, Philipino divers hunt for the most deadliest reptiles of the world: seasnakes. Without any diving equipment and with their bare hands. Today, only two snake divers remain.

DURATION: 1 x 60′ | 1 x 26′

Cinematography by Al Giddings
Music by Klaus Doldinger
Silver Screen Award, US Film & Video Festival, Chicago

On a remote location in the South China sea, Philipino divers hunt for the most deadliest reptiles of the world: seasnakes. Without any diving equipment and with their bare hands. Today, only two snake divers remain. This is their story. With images never before seen, this adventure documentary expedition advances into the deep jungles, to remote islands where the natives still believe in witchcraft and voodoo – and the sea snake god, who can only be appeased by bloody sacrifices.