Beautiful, moving, agonising, inspiring, horrific...
A simply fantastic piece of film making exposing the cruelty with which we exploit the oceans and one of our most spectacular and misunderstood animals, highlighting the apparent inevitability of the demise of the shark and the fact that it is us that will pay the ultimate price.
Beautifully shot in HD with fantastic underwater sequences interspersed with upsetting footage of our abuse of these graceful creatures. Wonderful sound track, great editing and a gripping story will keep you on the edge of your seat and change your view of these creatures and, perhaps, of the way we abuse the sea.
This is not a Blue Planet. It is a conservation film rather than a natural history documentary so expect to listen as well as watch.
Blu-Ray is well worth having, but buy it anyway even in "normal" definition.
As important as "An Inconvenient Truth". A must have film.