Interview with director Tom Opre about The Last Keeper film

A new documentary claims Scotland’s rural communities are ‘at war’ with each other – with conservation at the centre ground and threats of violence against children. 
During research for his new film ‘The Last Keeper’, director Tom Opre uncovered claims that keepers had been threatened by antis in their own communities – and their children were told they would have acid thrown in their faces. 
Tom says the disconnect between people living in rural areas, and in towns and cities in Scotland, shows a disturbing breakdown in society. His film features Highland communities and is due for release in the UK this spring. 
You can see a full interview with Tom and the official trailer for the film here: YouTube

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