A MUST WATCH....WILL MAKE YOU REALISE THE VERY AIR WE BREATHE IS SO VERY DEPENDANT ON SHARKS, AND NOT THE TREES AS MOST THINK!!!!!
Every one who is anti sharks, or more importantly eats shark fin soup, should watch this movie
this documentary made me so angry at the cruel wasteful shark fin industry. 100,000,000 sharks of all species are caught each year to, have their fins sliced off, and then they are discarded back into the ocean to die a slow painful death. It's horrible and all for the sake of a traditional, Chinese dish - shark fin soup. I respect cultural differences and traditions, but the shark fin industry is threatening the very existence of sharks and the health of our oceans.
Just a great doco about sharks that is sad, i loved everything about it and it was sad but beutiful what rob did with this and something new and a film that everyone should watch. the music is brilliant and suited for the film. just great must watch just everything is awesome in this film and has to be watched and the end credits is something to be watched as well.
If you think you know all about sharks watch this movie. Beautifully filmed by an amazing guy who nearly dies for his cause. That cause being to show us the beauty of these wonderful creatures and challenge their demonisation in our media and popular culture. More than just a nature documentary, this multi award winning film takes us on a heroic journey of environmental activism and an unfolding human drama across numerous countries and the Pacific Ocean. This movie will change the way you see sharks and give you an amazing insight in to these incredible and sensitive creatures and their vital role in our ocean eco-systems
Amazing documentary. Both beautiful and horrifying.
Shows both sides of humanity in such contrasting lights, the good and the greedy.
Amazing underwater shots of these beautiful creatures of the sea shot and narrated by a man who has dedicated his life to such a good cause, to help save sharks and raise awareness to the cruelty and evil that is shark finning.