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If I rated this movbie, it would get a 4.9 out of 5. It is extreamly touching and heart warming. I cant find the right words to discribe this film
- Someone Who Cares
I only have a ffew words to discribe Sharkwater... Emotional, tear jerking, stunning, beautiful and wonderful. It is defenatly THE BEST documentary I have ever seen. It really opened my eyes about sharks and what were killing them for. It is so extreamly sad that this is happening under our noses and were not doing anything to stop it because we just think its not our issue and someone else should deal with it. But it's everones issue, if we kill sharks and whipe them off the face of the earth then we will all dye. Not just the sharks. Mother nature created them for a reason, they're not a killer. this move once again was EXTRORDENARY!!
This movie is amazing! It really opened my eyes about sharks and what is happening to them. I used to be terrified of them. but now I think it would be wonderful to help protect them. Its horrible to think that people are killing them just for their fins and cartilage. Although this film was sad it was a great movie. You have to see it!
Outstanding documentary. It`s amazing how the greed of a few are destroying the earth for future generations.
I was deeply moved by this film. Education is key for change and this is only the beginning. I simply cannot understand the ignorance and wastefulness of man. These creatures amaze me and I want them to be here to amaze my children.
- Jet Carruthers
The movie was great. It changed my look on sharks. Finning is curl thing to do sharks.
- Nicole T.
Very enlightening movie about the importance of Sharks on earth, and our unwarranted fear of them.
Love it makes you think and makes me hate the people doing this for eating them and killing them. I hope that they get there`s
I think education to the Asian youth is necessary in order to end the myth of shark fin and consuming it as a status symbol or some kind of health enhancement. They are the market and with China, a population of a billion+ it makes you wonder why the demand is so high. Is there a china town near you??
Being a diver and seeing sharks in their own environment has given me a much bigger appreciation of the species over the years I've been a diver. Want to dive with sharks, just drop in on the wrecks in North Carolina…..best unguided dives I’ve experienced with sharks. Awesome!
The sharks’ plight has been well documented in other periodicals over the years, most recently National Geographic did a good spread. ! I'm just hoping Sharkwater makes its way "south of the border" so that I can see it and not just appreciate the web site and associated blog.
- Scuba Steve