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Seaspiracy

Actualizado: sep 21

Seaspiracy follows a passionate filmmaker who documents the harm that humans do to marine species - and uncovers alarming global corruption.




Synopsis

Passionate about ocean life, a filmmaker sets out to document the harm that humans do to marine species — and uncovers alarming global corruption.


Critic Reviews

“About halfway through, the documentary loses its shock factor – simply because after about an hour, the bleak statistics cease to surprise me. It’s already clear we are destroying sea life at rapid speed. Five million fish are killed per minute. That’s 2.7 million a year. But if there’s one thing Seaspiracy doesn’t want it’s for us to switch off and give up. There is hope. The ecosystem can bounce back if given half the chance. I had sushi last night. I regret it now. If the only real solution is reducing our fish consumption, I’m signing up as a vegan.”

About the Filmmakers

Seaspiracy was produced by Kip Andersen and directed by Ali Tabrizi. Find out more about the film at seaspiracy.org.




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