Passionate about ocean life, a filmmaker sets out to document the harm that humans do to marine species - and uncovers alarming global corruption.

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Ali Tabrizi
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Ali Tabrizi ... Self
Richard O'Barry ... Self - Founder of Dolphin Project
Lucy Tabrizi Lucy Tabrizi ... Self
Lori Marino ... Self - Founder of the Whale Sanctuary Project
Tamara Arenovich ... Self - Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Paul de Gelder ... Self - Shark Activist, Conservationist
Callum Roberts ... Self - Marine Scientist, Oceanographer, Author (as Prof. Callum Roberts)
Gary Stokes ... Self - Co-Founder of Oceans Asia
Peter Hammarstedt ... Self - Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (as Captain Peter Hammarstedt)
Lamya Essemlali ... Self - Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Mark J. Palmer ... Self - Dolphin Safe Tuna / Earth Island Inst.
George Monbiot ... Self - Journalist, Author, Environmentalist
Jackie Nuñez ... Self - Plastic Pollution Coalition
Dianna Cohen ... Self - CEO of Plastic Pollution Coalition
Chris Langdon ... Self - Marine Biologist & Ecologist at the University of Miami (as Prof. Chris Langdon)
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Passionate about ocean life, a filmmaker sets out to document the harm that humans do to marine species - and uncovers alarming global corruption.

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Eye-opening
27 March 2021 | by Golden_HopeSee all my reviews

This is a scary documentary for a mix of different reasons.

It's informative and shocking. The statistics that it gives really make you gasp.

You can tell that this film maker really does have a passion for this subject.

It's heartbreaking but not really in a way that will make you cry. More in a way that you will be in complete shock and disbelief. At the people who can do things like this.

I think the biggest issue I had with the movie is it is trying to fit an insane about of subjects into a documentary that runtime is an hour and twenty nine minutes. It's shoves much in that it has to constantly topic hop. I think it's interesting in a way because it shows how it is all connected but it can just make you feel a little bit untethered to the films I thought.

Other than that I think it was great and eye opening.


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24 March 2021 (USA) See more »

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