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I saw the movie Sharkwater at the Boston Sea Rovers and can honestly say I haven't slept well since. As the moments pass away during the day, I am constantly aware of the senseless killing of more sharks. My 1st open water dive unintentionally turned into a "shark dive". Words fail me to describe the beauty and peace I felt being submerged in their world. Thanks to this film, I hope others will reconsider our role on earth and how we treat our oceans and life itself.
- Andrea L.
Hello coming the Film to Europe (Germany/Italy...) ???
The movie was amazing.
It was a great movie. It should be a wake up call to everybody.
I left the theatre heart broken that my own species would destroy another species for a bowl of soup.
just an incredible movie, I hope everyone who goes and sees this movie will take the messege to hart. A great film
I have personally dove around the coast of South Africa and experienced swimming under a ceiling full of hammer-head sharks, along with great white cage diving I developed a new passion for these great creatures. These images will always be remembered and hopefully one day be renewed. Rob Stewart you were able to recreate these experiences on the big screen while providing an in depth look into the brutal massacre of shark finning. This film has driven me to make a difference, I hope others if not act upon this at least see this film. I for one think the sales of shark products in a country such as Canada should be prohibited, as I left the
Go see SHARKWATER. I went to an advanced screening of SHARKWATER, all that I can say is WOW! What is SHARKWATER? Well, it is a spectacular documentary that started out as a way for director, Rob Stewart, to show people that sharks are a wonderful creature that should be marveled, not feared; but it turned in to a lot more. First off, SHARKWATER is visually stunning; there are many wonderful shots of the oceans most perfect inhabitant. Stewart shows us how politically corrupt countries are allowing the slaughter of millions of sharks every year. Stewart sets the record straight and this documentary will show how the dedication and passion of a few can start conservation revolution. I will rec
- Brent Podruzny
I seen the movie and it inspired me to help. I put a link on this chat site nexopia. to incourge others to sign the pledge , see the movie and help the sharks. in anyway they possibly can