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I came across this movie on Netflix as I have always loved shark movies (Jaws is where I got my fear of sharks from), but documentaries as well. I have a profound respect for the ocean and everything within it. This movie was marvelously done and showed a side that I wouldn\ t have expected from sharks. Despite the fact that I have never been to the ocean (planning a trip soon) I hope now to see some sharks and hope that I don\ t allow my fear of them to get the best of me.
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I just saw Sharkwater here at the Toronto Reference Library (Thu Feb 16/17, 2 PM, ET). It was very moving. I didn't realize he was from Toronto. His funeral is this Saturday (Feb 18/17) here in Toronto. What a huge loss for the world! So incredibly sad!
Great documentary exposing the killers of sharks. RIP Rob Stewart. Thank you for helping the shark species.
What an absolutely amazing film. Thank goodness for such a selfless person like Rob. Rob, thanks for having a voice for those that cannot speak or defend themselves from the destruction of mankind! You have made the world a much much better place for being in it and for sharing your passion and life long mission with all of us. May you rest in peace and I am so sorry your life was cut so short and so early. I thank you for so very very many and my condolences to the Stewart family for such a tragic loss..thanks for sharing your son with the world whether above the water or below the water!
RIP Rob - it is such a pity that I didn't know about you till today when I heard about the sad news that your body was found.. Thanks for your work, dedication, and inspiration. You will be surely missed by the current and future generations that care our nature, and, most importantly, the few remaining sharks who lost their best human friend and defender.
It is a nice movie but they never even mentioned The Marshall Islands which is the largest shark sanctuary in the world. Traditionally the Micronesian people revere & respect sharks. I have heard some legends that some of the people believe that the sharks protect and guide them when they need help. The Marshall Islands has been known to pose severe penalties for boats from Asia trying to hunt for sharks or even if they get them from the bycatch.