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As an eco-political inquiry, the film is compelling even if its grounding in scientific fact could be more solid.
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Ecological passion meets unquenchable self-aggrandizement in the beautifully filmed deep-blue-alert documentary Sharkwater.
Mr. Stewart dilutes the movie’s urgency by framing the subject within a “personal journey” format and selling himself as a hunky, sensitive martyr.
Stewart's documentary is seldom less than compelling in its quest to raise international awareness about a situation that is threatening to put sharks on the endangered list.
Probably ranks as one of the most frightening shark movies ever---but sharks are the victims.
This beautiful and urgent eco-doc takes a bite out of the shark mythology made indelible by "Jaws."
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