We Love Sharks Store

Sharkwater (2006) by Rob Stewart

Price: $9.99
Availability: In Stock
Usually ships in 24 hours
CERTAIN CONTENT THAT APPEARS ON THIS SITE COMES FROM AMAZON SERVICES LLC. THIS CONTENT IS PROVIDED 'AS IS' AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE OR REMOVAL AT ANY TIME.

What We Think

The documentary that changed everything. Get Sharkwater (2006) here today.

About this Product

Sharkwater(DVD )For filmmaker Rob Stewart, exploring sharks started as an undersea journey. Just what it became was an attractive and unsafe life trip right into the balance of life on earth. Driven by passion fed from a life-long fascination with sharks, Stewart exposes historic stereotypes and media depictions of sharks as bloodthirsty, man-eating beasts and exposes the truth of sharks as columns in the development of the seas. Shot in visually sensational, high meaning video, Sharkwater takes you right into the most shark abundant waters of the world, revealing the exploitation and corruption surrounding the world's shark populations. Stewart's exceptional trip of guts and resolution adjustments from an objective to save the world's sharks, right into a battle for his life, which of humankind.]] > One of humanity's biggest anxieties-- the shark-- is well cast in a thoughtful light by the acclaimed documentary Sharkwater. Wild animals photographer-turned-filmmaker Rob Stewart is the owning pressure behind the film, and if his on-camera presence occasionally tilts towards self-aggrandizement, it's countered by the impressive high quality of his video footage of sharks and his caring disagreement for their security. Stewart's insurance coverage of the sharkfin trade is equally engaging, and scenes of wholesale massacre of sharks for their fins( a delicacy and affirmed medicine in Asian nations) are likely to interrupt. Audiences could be split on Stewart's hands-on technique to combating the method, that includes tackling pirates and cops, however his purposes are ethical and do much to bring this disconcerting situation to light. The DVD includes a '60s- era Navy training film regarding sharks, which is entertaining up until one understands exactly how much its fearful tone has been resembled through years, along with a making-of featurette and theatrical trailer.-- Paul Gaita

All the Features

Condition: New Format: DVD Closed-captioned; Color; DVD; Widescreen; NTSC

Do you want more Shark stuff?

Get notified of the latest Shark products, BIG discounts, Shark news and more. 

Enter your email above and join the We Love Sharks club!