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i am only a teenager to and i also have watched the film in school and it is terrible to even think that people would do that to sharks when they have done nothing wrong if they have it was probally only an accident
- ashleigh griffin
I just have to say wow, I am a student at UC Irvine and decided to write a series of essays concerning shark finning and came by your movie as I was looking for sources. I just have to say that my mind is boggled my how severe this issue is. I had no idea it was this bad. This has made me very much want to be proactive concerning this issue. It would be so great if we had a screening of this film at my university, espciallly since we have a high population of Asians who I am sure have had exposure to shark fin soup.
Just to tell you thank you for this job.
I\ m just fascinated by these animals and that\ s the first time there are presented like they are... and like i always wanted to see them.
I never see them like monsters but I\ have been terrifying during long years by the film Jaws and your production gives us a different way to think and to see them.
Lot of pictures are strong and unsupportable but it\ s an obligated passage to really understand what is happening... and what will happen.
I hope this action will success.
Thank you for being present, thank you for your fight, thank you for you way of think.
Because of this movie it had made me make a final change in my career, I am now gonna be a marine bioligest!
thank you for this wonderful and captivating movie
All my life, even the idea of sharks has been my greatest fear... i\ m finally able to say that I have a new found respect for these beautiful creatures.
I think the movie reflects what exactly is happening in the ocean world and that we as humans are destroying their future life. We should all coeprate and save sharks before it\ s too late.
I found the movie absolutely perfect and it changed completly my view of sharks.
Demand for shark fins needs to be decreased. The Chinese culture needs to wake up and realize that eating fins does not provide greater chance for cancer-free existence. But these are also the people that use melamine in foods and packaging...
Great film, great education and great eye-opener for the world.
Now let\ s do something about it.
Fight the century of greed! We\ re the customers - we have the power. If we don\ t buy - there\ s no market for nothing. There\ s only a few things to do: to KNOW things, to UNDERSTAND facts, to REACT.
Then, the big moneylovers become fishfeed...
In the row of wars - for oil; for energy; for weapons; for religion; for patriarchy, the war against animals is the most sickening! There\ s vomit on our species, but we close our eyes and use perfume to forget...
This is to all the activists out there: I\ m sitting here in my comfy armchair in the autumn of Berlin/Germany and I promise to support you with my little money as good as I can!
TAKE CARE OF U AND THANK U ALL.
This documentry had me captivated before the end of the opening credits!! Outstanding! We need to do all we can to try more to understand this animal, than to destroy it. What is happening to them is wrong, and it must be stopped.
I am glad a documntry such as this has come forward to educate us and let us know that if we do not do something to stop these atrocities.....when the sharks are all gone Man will find something else to destroy...it has to STOP NOW!!!!