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Chacun son île

( Season 2 )
Large or small, isolated or grouped, well-known or secret, islands are places to dream of. This is, of course, why the tourist industry has made them such popular holiday destinations. A voyage to all four corners of the world, to discover the reality of island life today.

Episodes

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12
The Azores

In the middle of the Atlantic, where three tectonic plates meet, the Azores offer an enchanting setting. A volcanic land shaped by lava flows and subsidence, the Azores are the blue of the sea and the green of their generous and luxuriant natural environment.

Directed by: Myriam Berthelet, Étienne Deslières, Michel D.T. Lam, Joanne Robertson, Pierre-Luc Robillard, Mathieu Vachon (Canada, season 2, 2017)
With Sophie Fouron.
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13
Baranof Islands

Forming part of the Alexander Archipelago, this droplet-shaped string of islands runs parallel to the coast of Canadian British Columbia. A land as nourishing as it is inhospitable, profoundly respected by its residents in search of a peaceful life, firmly anchored in a grandiose and seemingly endless natural landscape.

Directed by: Myriam Berthelet, Étienne Deslières, Michel D.T. Lam, Joanne Robertson, Pierre-Luc Robillard, Mathieu Vachon (Canada, season 2, 2017)
With Sophie Fouron.