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I AGREE WITH KRISSY WE ALL NEED TO DO SOMETING. AND MORE PEOPLE NEED TO SEE THIS SO THAT THEY CAN UNDERSTAND. EVERYONE SPREAD THE WORD!!!
I knew this was happening but seeing it is another story. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication. What I want to know is...How can we ban shark fishing?
What an amazing film. One can\ t help but to feel emotion at a gut level when watching the horrific treatment of these animals. Most importantly is action has to take place. And a good place to start is seeing the film and passing it on to others. Educating people about the direct effect that the ocean\ s ecology ( and balance of that ecology ) has on the human race hopefully will prompt thinking and, ultimately action. Sometimes the passion for the beauty of these amazing creatures is not enough. But I took great pleasure in feeling this passion for the beauty I saw in this film. The harsh reality of what\ s actually happening to these creatures is hard to swallow.
- Mindy , NC
THIS NEEDS TO STOP. WE NEED TO TAKE THIS HIGHER. IF WE ALL HELP, AND PUT SOME EFFORT INTO IT. IT WILL BE STOPPED
The courage we all need. The value that we
show. The love that we all live. A demonstration
of humanity. One responsibility we all must take.
What must be done for every human being, protection of
life. Give your life who gave you life.
- Noel Garayua
really good documentairy finning sharks for money is not so cool
love the movie but i wish they would stop finning sharks
this is a amazing documentairy, and if the website a Chinese version of the better!
I definatly agree, theres has already been a major dolphin protection movement some 15 years ago with the whole dolphins in tuna nets. Very few people will go out and eat dolphins, because who doesnt love dolphins?! Saving these sharks will not only help sharks but humans too. We should be looking at the bigger picture!!!
My biggest question is: why do the dolphins get all the attention (a.k.a the OSCAR)? Just cause they\ re cute and cuddly? Dolphins deserve to be saved too but these sharks are too often demonized (Oscar tribute to horror films?? Starting off with Jaws and the ominous track???) I really thought that this documentary deserved an Oscar more than The Cove.