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We went to see this on a whim in Anchorage, Alaska on Feb 16th and were amazed. My wife and I have ALWAYS been supporters of the seas and the ocean life they hold. We have always known sharks were being destroyed needlessly but had no idea it was this bad. We have already suggested to our friends they see this movie. It was a real eye opener when my wife and I thought our eyes were already open...Excellent work.
I\ m so pissed I found out about this movie on the last day it was showing near me in November and it was two and a half hours away! I\ ve been a shark freak for a year and a half and this film comming out has inspired me further to do something about sharks.
I was lucky enough to attend the premiere in London on Tuesday last. It opened to some truly shocking practices and exploded many a myth about sharks. Congratulations to you Rob and to all your colleagues. I would urge EVERYONE to go and see this movie and I will certainly be encouraging all of my friends to do so.
This was the most beautifully shot piece of cinematography I\ ve ever had the fortune to watch. Even so, this beauty was nothing compared to the utterly tragic and desperately moving discoveries the film documented. Rob Stewart cannot be thanked and praised enough for this film and it marks the beginning of something crucial. This must be stopped and this film is what\ s needed to educate and amaze people. I cannot wait to watch it again and encourage everyone I know to watch it. It literally changes you.
- Leonora, UK
I love Sharkwater. I probably saw this movie four or five times while it was in theatre. I\ ve always loved sharks and this movie inspired me to go and learn to scubadive. I hope it comes out on DVD. That would be amazing.
It all starts with awareness! Rob, you are living out your God given purpose! Anyone reading this, what is inside of you? It takes heart and action to make things change. While watching the movie, I knew that I could not leave the theater and not take part in this crusade. The movie was powerful as it portrayed real life events, things that really matter. I am fomatting a letter for the Secretary General of the United Nations. Thanks for the information on where to start!
- Amy from Tulsa, OK
I saw Shark Water for the first time at the Ft Lauderdale Film Festival. I was completely moved by it. I was fortunate enough to have seen it a 2nd time at the IGFA Hall of Fame in Dania Beach, FL. I cried both times I saw it. It makes me so happy that there are people in the world like Rob and Paul from the Sea Shepherd. We need more of these kinds of heros...
- Jamie An Asian American
I love the movie i wish it could come on dvd. i loved the movie cause it send me a message to understand sharks. i want the movie to come out again! i liked the way the crew set things up espesially Rob Stewart.
I loved this movie so much. wanting to be a marie biologist i love learning about the ocean and what is going on in it. When i was watching this in theatres i was crying, it was the saddest thing i have ever seen.
The film left me nostalgic, yet determined. What a gift. The ocean and its beautiful inhabitants.
- Jodi. Sydney, Australia