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It was such a wonderful film. After watching this film, my whole perspective of sharks changed. The image of Jaws is gone, and I realized sharks are such adorable creatures! MUST SEE!
I want to try and save the sharks and the other sharks that are geting the there fins cut off and band shark finning.
- hammerhead shark
This movie is a must see. It has moved me to take action in my own community. Write letters to businesses, government and encourage others to do the same. It is possible to make a difference.
Aside from the breathtaking beauty of this film it is essential viewing for anyone who cares about the state of the environment and the future of the world as a whole. This film really shows why not to depend on the masses and especially the governments - it is a clear demonstration of Margaret Mead's statement "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has." We can be those citizens!
There is only one word I can say about this movie, and that is, moving. It was so touching, I can't tell you how many times I cried while watching this film. It was very well made and brought tears to all the people in the theaters eyes. I want to thank you for opening my eyes to how important sharks are to the human race.
very good film.
This movie really opened my eyes as to what is really happening out there in the oceans, and am very saddened to see they way sharks and other sea creatures are used for human selfish reasons. I hope as many people as possible will see this movie and find out what sharks are really all about...........I would love to see one in the waters for myself, and pet one!!! Judie, Kitchener, Ontario
It really opens your eyes and shows you a different side to sharks. It makes you want to go out and help save these sharks. It blows my mind to see all these sharks dead just because somebody wants some cash. In 2 hours 15,000 sharks are killed, thats unbelievable!
It's the start of a new, respectful way of admiring sharks. Stewart's making history and we should thank him for it.