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this show has alot to offer to the public to show them how traggic things are happening out there, not just to sharks but to all forms of wildlife that is still fighting to survive on earth
- vincent spremulli
This movie is just amazing! opens up to the public about what is really going on! and how much of an impact was created. It will definitely have an impact towards anyone watching the movie.
This is a true story so 2stars good graphics1star(3 stars)NOT ALOT OF ACTION!!!-2stars(1star)bad title-1star(0stars)Cool stuffs and nice exploration so 2stars. 2 Stars out of 5
Amazing movie yet disturbing at the same time with the footage of the finning. It is about time that someone has made a movie showing the truth - that humans are in fact the bad guys and not the sharks. I've always known how beautiful these animals are now maybe with this movie more and more people will get the message!!
A beautiful film wrapped in an equally lush soundtrack, it provides audiences with informative, fun, and most of all inspiring insights as to why we must further promote awareness in the plight of saving sharks. Rob Stewart's narrative guides us through the film and above all his love for this misrepresented animal shines through. It is a geniune eye opener and a poignant piece of work that showscases the powerful effects of indivuals who ban together to seek change, and showcases the power of film's ability to reach others world over.
- Janice Toronto, Ont.
It is our duty to make everyone we know see this movie!!
- J and Alli
Amazing and very inspirational.
pretty good for a first movie.
Exciting and inspirational. One on the best movies I`ve seen. A must see for everyone who wants the world to last beyond the current generation.
This is a must see for sure. I feel that everybody should see this documentary. I had never realized that is happening in the ocean and what we are doing to distroy the ocean which eventually will lead to destroying ourselves. I almost shed tears for those sharks that were thrown back in the ocean after their fins were cut off. This documentary should be played on TV and boardcast worldwide to stop people from hunting sharks.