Rastafarian Barry can often be found rescuing swarms of bees from Scousers’ homes and “yard-ens”, known locally in Liverpool as The Bee Whisperer. This is his story. Directed by Dhivya Kate Chetty.
Using nothing more than smoking and a t-shirt, septuagenarian Rastafarian, Barry, can often be found rescuing swarms of bees from Scousers’ homes and “yard-ens”. Since saving an impressive crowd outside a city-centre restaurant, to the applause of diners, he’s known locally as The Bee Whisperer. This short-doc follows Barry, originally from Jamaica, as he rescues crowds, teaches bee-keeping and proclaims bees. The cinema is a strangely moving musing on the round of live, belonging and the centrality of bees to human existence.
Produced as part of the Netflix Documentary Talent Fund.
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