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Godofredo Stutzin was a wise and cantankerous old man, who dedicated his life to
protecting animals and the environment. The retired lawyer and winner of Germany's
prestigious Federal Cross of Merit is highly sceptical of the future prospects of our natural
world. Born to a Jewish father, Stutzin fled Nazi-Germany in 1935 and founded Chile’s first
conservation society in the late 1960s. The many awards decorating his office testify to his
tenacity and dedication. In his 50-year-long struggle Godofredo was driven by his belief that
only a life lived for and with nature was worth living.
He died in 2010.
Director: Gaby Lingke
Camera: Pablo Valdes
Editing: Sabine Smit
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