The other day, Mungo felt the urge to become a documentary filmmaker. It being a soft day, with very few attractive things for him to do outdoors, he took his fancy Japanese camera (the one that he discovered on the beach while picking seaweed one day) and stuck it in a tank on his abalone farm. He stood with his arms in the water for hours, watching the abalone's simple life through the screen on his camera. Eventually, when his arms had turned blue and his fingers were no longer able to function, he returned home to edit his footage. Here is the resulting film.