Michael Dweck

director of the documentary “The Truffle Hunters”

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A new documentary, “The Truffle Hunters,” follows elderly men in Italy who comb the countryside for white truffles, also known as white gold, with their trusty hounds.

‘The Truffle Hunters’ film reveals what it takes to dig up coveted ‘white gold’ in Italian countryside

A new documentary, “The Truffle Hunters,” follows elderly men in Italy who comb the countryside for white truffles, also known as white gold, with their trusty hounds.

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