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I came across this movie on Netflix as I have always loved shark movies (Jaws is where I got my fear of sharks from), but documentaries as well. I have a profound respect for the ocean and everything within it. This movie was marvelously done and showed a side that I wouldn\ t have expected from sharks. Despite the fact that I have never been to the ocean (planning a trip soon) I hope now to see some sharks and hope that I don\ t allow my fear of them to get the best of me.
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I just saw Sharkwater here at the Toronto Reference Library (Thu Feb 16/17, 2 PM, ET). It was very moving. I didn't realize he was from Toronto. His funeral is this Saturday (Feb 18/17) here in Toronto. What a huge loss for the world! So incredibly sad!
Great documentary exposing the killers of sharks. RIP Rob Stewart. Thank you for helping the shark species.
What an absolutely amazing film. Thank goodness for such a selfless person like Rob. Rob, thanks for having a voice for those that cannot speak or defend themselves from the destruction of mankind! You have made the world a much much better place for being in it and for sharing your passion and life long mission with all of us. May you rest in peace and I am so sorry your life was cut so short and so early. I thank you for so very very many and my condolences to the Stewart family for such a tragic loss..thanks for sharing your son with the world whether above the water or below the water!
RIP Rob - it is such a pity that I didn't know about you till today when I heard about the sad news that your body was found.. Thanks for your work, dedication, and inspiration. You will be surely missed by the current and future generations that care our nature, and, most importantly, the few remaining sharks who lost their best human friend and defender.
It is a nice movie but they never even mentioned The Marshall Islands which is the largest shark sanctuary in the world. Traditionally the Micronesian people revere & respect sharks. I have heard some legends that some of the people believe that the sharks protect and guide them when they need help. The Marshall Islands has been known to pose severe penalties for boats from Asia trying to hunt for sharks or even if they get them from the bycatch.
I was very, very surprised that they were going to arrest YOU guys instead of the boat that was freaking murdering sharks for no reason. I wanted to strangle everyone that was harming the sharks, especially the chinese guy who said god give us the food and we must eat. Love your films Rob. Hope your films are going to wake up the rest of the world
I saw Sharkwater and Revolution and they were both outstanding. Rob if I had my way you would have a Nobel prize for waking up the world as to what is happening to sharks and as to how we are endangering ourselves through our abuse of this planet.
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Once again I was astonished by peoples cruelty towards other species, this has to stop. The documentary was amazing and fulfilling, very good job, thank you!!
Very touching, we need to save the sharks.
you can watch this movie over and over; it's just amazing. rob, do another movie!
save shark save the earth
I have just seen the documentary for the first time. Rob you have done an awesome job
I was shocked by the appalling cruelty that is shark finning - it has to be stopped. I loved the underwater footage of the sharks, so graceful, interested, non-aggressive. A must see film for everyone.
It was touching and it definitely changes the way you see sharks.
This movie made me cry. It was good cry though, this film will change the way you view sharks.
Protecting wildlife is one way to save human.
This was very helpful and good information. It really helped with my environmental project.
I was totally moved by this movie. Also very worried about our oceans!! We need to stop shark finning!
Eat leaves not sharks
I LOVE the compelling proximity video, i agree that sharks should not be finned and instead should be used as a sacred creature.Rob Stewart gets the 9.69/10 but should try and use the sterotypical director language next time. Overall great documentary. If someone told me to finn a shark, i wouldnt do it
Sharkwater was a compelling moving that moved my heart out of beat. I LOVE sharks. Ever since I was a young, I had a dream of swimming with sharks. Being located on the Californian coast, I grew up being very close to the water, and I soon had a love for the ocean. Sharkwater made me realise just how important sharks are for our ecosystem. I enjoyed this movie with great compassion for the sharks. 10/10. Well done Rob Stewart!
I wish to swim with sharks as well. I was very moved when I saw this movie. It is so sad.
I\ m 13 and the first time I saw this movie was in class and me and my friends were all very moved. when the movie ended, it\ s all we could talk about : How can people be so cruel!
very good movie very moving. hope we can stop shark finning
i was moved by this wonderful movie
no buying no killing
educational and good
for the future
This is the most moving film I have ever seen, I am in grief. It needs to be shown more. I have always loved sharks and I knew they had become prey for the first time in their 400 million years on this planet. I had no idea of the massive scale and the absolute cruelty of the killing.
I'm 12 years old and I used to be terrified of shark and then i saw the documentary and it changed my whole point of view.
I have watched this movie at least 15 times. I have been in love with sharks since I could talk. When I found this movie I began bringing places and having friends and family members watch it. Rob Stewart is an inspiration above everyone, and I admire his efforts and sacrifices tremendously. I m going to school now to earn an international relations degree, and hope to use it to spread the word of conservation. As a fellow scuba diver and shark lover, this movie is incredible and makes me cry every time.
I always loved sharks, surprisingly I never knew about the horrors that have been happening. I would like to thank the movie for opening my eyes to this issue. I think more people need to be aware of this and I will be sure to tell my friends. It was a great movie overall. I ve watched it countless times since I first got it.
This documentary changed my life. I'm 19 years old trying to figure out what I want to do with my life. I've always had a passion for animal conservation and this documentary inspired me to continue to be apart of the change.
This documentary is truly incredible. I agree that shark finning is a barbaric and should be illegal everywhere. I have got a restaurant franchise to stop selling and making shark fin soup (I m only 13). I want my sharks in the ocean, not in a bowl of soup. I am going to tell all my friends to go onto this website and help the sharks. AMAZING WORK!!!!!!!!
Incredible movie that everyone should see. SAVE THE SHARKS!
Sharkwater film is truly amazing, good job Rob!
This film was absolutely amazing and it was good how it revealed the horrible truth of hunting and the shark fin soup industry. It definitely opened my eyes more. I cried through out the whole film. You guys are amazing and I want to help sharks as much as I can.
Don't eat them
Ur awesome guys thank u for everything u do
I've seen the movie 16 times and agree with everything ive shared it with 11 people
i think that sharkwater is doing a great job of trying to stop shark finning.... KEEP IT UP!!!!
it was good and i think we should make a bigger cause to help sharks like a goverment meeting to discuss this problem
This film is truly amazing. Everyone should see it whether they love sharks or not. People need to know what is going on in the world, and we need to do something about it. It is unbelievable how many people think its o.k. to do that for a living. These animals are seriously beautiful. And I don t know about you, but I WANT MY SHARKS IN THE OCEAN - NOT IN A BOWEL OF SOUP!