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After viewing this movie, I am saddened by the way we as humans are allowing other humans to mistreat animals this way. WHY is this happening?? It was such a disturbing eye opener. I hope that this sends out the message and we are not too late...
They're so stupid. Why they cut off sharks fins? It's an idiot things to do, have no humanism, and sacrifice a big thing just for their own pocket. Millions of regards for the people who made this site, God bless them everytime.
Fantastic eye opener! What a great documentary. I will research the next place I visit (and give money!) in order to see if they protect the sharks. It was so beautiful to see a human swimming with sharks like dolphin!!! Incredible!
I loved the comments someone made on the site.... it truly sums up what is needed...
'We humans should start acting more like animals' I couldn't agree more.
I just watched Sharkwater with my 10 year old daughter. I was both moved & angered by what I saw. The heartless actions these animals committed was shocking! I had no idea this was going on. It was a wonderful & eye-opening movie. I intend to bring my husband to see it. Excellent!
I am 7 years old. It was sad because I didn't like how they got killed by getting hurt from the people hunting the sharks for their fins.
i saw sharkwater yesterday with my school.. At first, i didn't really think much about it at first, to be honest. "Oh, just another boring documentery about sharks." However, it was just about the exact opposite. I think that anyone who watches this movie will be influenced because it is soo important to be aware of our environment. We have to pray that one day people will care. I thought that Sharkwater was one of the greatest movies I have seen in a long time, including in the land of women and disturbia! It was so amazing, and everyone can relate! I am 12, and I loved it. It's a real eye opener and we should all make a difference, one step at a time. I was pleased to see someone so pass
It tells a great story of our relationship with the sea & sharks in particular, with interesting sidelines.
i have always loved loved sharks going around the world to see them fly through the water with such grace in the water. there is such stupidity in these poor countries where their only resource is a shark fin. this movie has now made me look at sharks in a different way. just it is true that if you dont handle them properly you can get hurt. the saddest thing of all is that a shark fin does not do anything for a human being. it dosn't even taste good. all it does is give prestige to an event.in the end of the film you did a really good job to show that there is actually hope for sharks. when i saw those people protesting in Costa Rica it made me feel really happy. it was disgousting in tho
I loved Sharkwater. I thought it was a great movie. Also, Rob Stewart is not too bad looking. Plus, he went to my school, Lawrence Park!