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The End Of The Line [DVD] 
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Rupert Murray directs this documentary based on the book by Charles Clover about the devastating effects of over-fishing the world's oceans. Scientists predict that if fishing is continued at the current rate, the planet will run out of seafood by 2048 with catastrophic consequences. Murray travels the world examining the effects of diminishing fish stocks, asking who is responsible for setting and enforcing fish quotas and looking at possible solutions to this often overlooked problem.
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It is amazing that this is such a little known subject. It's a film everyone is talking about, and will be debating for the immediate future. If you don't know about the problem, you need to.
Everyone needs to know about the most imminent ecological problem we are about to face, a fiasco in fact which can still be stopped, just about. It very fairly presents nearly all sides of the fishing dilemma, explaining the global consequences from and environmental and economical stand point.
Since watching this film, I have been driven to discover more. Imagine that every time you eat a red snapper in the UK, you are directly starving a person who lives on the shoreline where your fish was taken.
Until we are at the stage where people can take action collectively against government's raping of the seas, including those of the EU, and those of poorer countries of the world exploited by their own government, purse power, combined with debate and spreading the word, are our best tools, so use these! This film will not be the end of the line; pardon the pun, it is just the beginning, it is going to inspire many people to make a change for the better, it already has furthered my determination to do my bit, no matter how small, to make a difference. One person may not make a difference, but if all of you who care about this change the way you shop, and talk about it, you are going to make a difference.
Okay, we all knew already that the situation in our oceans is pretty bad. However, that it is THAT bad... What makes this documentary so valuable is that it does not just present another doom-and-gloom scenario but also comes up with very concrete suggestions and examples on how things could be changed for the better. The problem is not simply the amount of fish we catch but WHERE and HOW we catch it. It is about managing fish stocks in sustainable ways. If we don't learn that pretty soon we'll loose many species and important food resources and we'll end up chewing the then remaining marine top predators: jelly fish and squid.
Since I have bought this DVD I've shared it with many of my friends, and they all agree that it is the most important documentary they have seen in recent years. Apart from that, it actually includes some amazing footage of marine life.
Now, just move it into your shopping basket! You'll gain a lot of insights for little money!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well made, thought-provoking and unfortunately very sad. Everyone needs to see this.Published 6 months ago by Luke Hetreed
Really interesting! It was straight forward and easy to follow, a bit repetitive in some places but a documentary I think everybody should watch! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Rachel
A bit dated but nonetheless fascinating and pretty damn scary to boot.Published 14 months ago by D. Peet
too Hollywoodish-lots of lengthy unnecessary music. Did not get to the point soon enough. Otherwise as the subject is so serious, worth a watch!Published 17 months ago by ancient britain