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Awesome film! Just shows how destructive we as humans are. We are our own worst enemies.
This film was amazing, Rob you have done a phenomenal job of portraying the shark in it\ s true light, a critical key to our own survival. It brought tears to my eyes to watch the brutality inflicted on these amazing creatures.
We would not stand a chance against ourselves if not for people like you, who commit to bringing these issues to the world.
Thank you so much.
This movie brought me to tears - humans are ignorant and greedy barbarians! I want to buy a copy of this movie for ALL my friends and everyone that I encounter...people need education. People need to pull together and speak up - we have strength and a voice when we are in numbers - we cannot allow this to continue to happen!
Thank you Rob Stewart! It was apparent that you were born to help the wonderful creatures. I m glad to see you bonded with the wonderful people of Green Peace. The world is a much better place because you re in it. This show has educated and moved me in many ways.
- Paige Ennis
I have always been fascinated by sharks and everything about them that there is to know..this movie is so intense I actually started crying and had to look away. My anger over the hunters and fishers and poachers is unbelievable right now. How can they not see what they are doing is killing us all??
Just saw this on Discovery...so moving, made me cry. The poor Sharks. I hate my species.
An excellent film.Beutifully shot and a very powerful message.There should be an international movement to protect sharks as they are Tigers of oceans.
This, is just so terrible... How can they do that?
We need to get the word out there, to make this go as huge as possible. Someone needs to get a giant Facebook group going or something. I looked, and the biggest group is only like 6000 people. Even the official movie page only has 10,000 - which is less than the number of sharks killed in an hour.
We need to fight for them.
Humans are inhumane. Not only do sharks need help so to so many other species. This is just one example of our atocities
- susan galgay
I was so impressed by your
movie and watched it in Toronto Canada. We lived in Asia for 4 years and always refused sharks fin soup at functions (often causing upset!). Can you include more footage from the Southern Hemisphere please? as its off Western Australia and South Africa that a lot of fear is generated by bull sharks. The Taylors (V+P), Australians in their 70\ s have been sending your message that sharks are okay, to deaf ears for many years. Best wishes for your team and our planet\ s sharks.