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Sea of Life (2017)

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Inspired by Rob Stewart's Revolution, young filmmaker Julia Barnes embarks on an epic journey around the world to save the ecosystems we depend on for survival, as we come closer to causing a mass extinction in the oceans.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rob Stewart ... Himself
Julia Barnes Julia Barnes ... Herself
Louie Psihoyos ... Himself
Sylvia Earle Sylvia Earle ... Herself
Madison Stewart Madison Stewart ... Herself
Paul Watson ... Himself
Fabien Cousteau Fabien Cousteau ... Himself
Peter Harrison Peter Harrison
Charlie Veron Charlie Veron ... Himself
Ove Hoegh-Guldberg Ove Hoegh-Guldberg ... Himself
David Hannan David Hannan ... Himself
David Guggenheim David Guggenheim ... Himself
Cheryl McNamara Cheryl McNamara ... Herself
Daryn Caister Daryn Caister ... Himself
Richard Oppenlander Richard Oppenlander ... Himself
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With access to renowned environmental experts and breathtaking underwater cinematography, Sea of Life takes audiences on a provocative journey, through the most stunning and threatened ecosystems on the planet and the rallying movement to save them, leaving audiences around the world inspired to fight for our oceans - and our future. Believing that people will change the world once they know what's happening, filmmaker Julia Barnes picks up a camera and sets out on a mission to expose the reality of the world's oceans in this full length feature documentary. Through compelling footage she sheds light on crucial environmental issues, revealing not only how the oceans are in jeopardy but how each of us has the power to turn things around.

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Canada

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English

Release Date:

27 June 2017 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Море жизни See more »

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Oceanic Productions See more »
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16:9 HD
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Paul Watson: [from trailer] There will not be any fish by 2048 if we continue what we are doing now. This is ecological *insanity*.
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An important documentary everyone needs to see!
18 November 2017 | by annebrownlovessharksSee all my reviews

The underwater photography is amazing. Pristine habitats, plankton at night, elegant schools of fish, underwater lizards!! The footage makes you feel as if you are right there with the creatures in the ocean.

Barnes provided in-depth information about the issues. There was evidently great effort put in to finding the most suitable people interviewed who present an overall view of hope for the oceans. There is an urgent and important message in the film that conveys how the ocean is essential for life on earth. No ocean, no us.

It leaves me feeling educated and inspired about the future. This film should be seen by everyone, especially young people!

Essential viewing.


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