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I just finished watching Sharkwater and the imagery of children and men smiling while killing sharks disgusts me. How can the world as we know it demand sacrifice with no conscious. The movie was inspiring and tearful. Thank You for your efforts in saving such a wonderful creature.
AMAZING and inspiring film. A must see. Thanks to Rob for opening up people\ s eyes.
- Kathleen FC
I JUST SAW THE MOVIE ,AND NEVER IMAGINE THE AMOUNT OF KILLINGS ARE HAPPENNING ON THIS MOMENT ,ITS TIME TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE IN ORDER TO PROTECT THIS WONDERFULL CREATURES
- PEDRO VILLANUEVA
that movie rocks please save our sharks rob thanks
- carlos .b
please dont kill more sharks they are amezing animals save the sharks please no more kills
As a supposed animal lover I thought I was pretty compassionate and understanding. Sharks I felt (as the media had trained us to think) were one of the things that we didnt need in this world and deserved to die for being so menacing. This movie was a real revelation.It is a must see for anyone wanting to take the title of human and live in a future where love and respect are given to all life on this planet. The guys that risked their lives to save ours are unsung heroes that at the very least deserve to have their message heard. In fact this message MUST be heard if we are to save our planet. Watch it!
- Robert Giles
I always thought sharks are not our enemy. We are their enemy! I loved the film and it proofed me, that I wasn\ t wrong with my thought all these years! Greetings from Germany!
I just wanted to say thanks...
Every person in this planet should at least watch Sharkwater
!!!!!!!!!!SAVE OUR SHARKS !!!!!!!!!! :} THEY are amazing animals and dont deserve to be treated the way they are x
i also watched this documetry in class as it was shark week at my school, at first i was like oh god not sharks but by the end of the week i was like \"omg\" its such a shame what happens to them more people need to help save sharks. Its also scary to think that no sharks means no humans. This film is an inspiration and i feel it should be shown all around the world in school, colleges etc.