Seaspiracy is already among Netflix’s top 10 most popular films and TV shows in several countries worldwide.
Netflix’s new docu-film Seaspiracy has shocked viewers and left many ‘crying their eyes out’ after witnessing gory scenes of brutal dolphin and whale slaughter.
The eye-opening documentary produced by Cowspiracy‘s Kip Andersen, and directed by filmmaker Ali Tabrizi outlines the ‘war’ on our world’s oceans and the urgency to protect them for the sake of our future.
The 90-minute documentary brilliantly exposes the fishing industry’s environmental and ethical impacts on marine life whilst delving on issues including ‘dolphin friendly’ seafood, ‘sustainable’ fishing, microplastics, fish farm slavery overfishing and the inaction of eco-friendly fishing organizations and governments.
The 27-year-old Brit, who also spotlights some shocking practices that could result in empty oceans by 2048 said: “When we embarked on the journey to expose the leading threat to our seas, we had no idea of the sheer scale of what we were about to uncover.”
The documentary, which is already among Netflix’s top 10 most popular films and TV shows in several countries worldwide, has attracted global attention from media outlets, journalists, and celebrities, who have plugged the documentary as a ‘must -watch’ and enough of a reason to stop eating fish.
Rock icon Bryan Adams urged his followers to watch the documentary and stop eating fish.
While prominent animal rights campaigner and ex Made In Chelsea star Lucy Watson, said: “I used to eat “dolphin safe” tuna before I stopped eating fish.
“I had NO IDEA “dolphin safe” had zero credibility until I watched #Seaspiracy By eating fish I was killing not only them, but so many others.”
15-year-old climate justice activist and author Alexandria Villaseñor tweeted: “Tonight I watched @seaspiracy with my family, and I have to say this will change my activism and work from now on.”
Others who saw the documentary also found it ‘appalling’ , ‘inhumane’ and ‘heartbreaking’.
“Seaspiracy made me cry multiple times, such a thought-provoking documentary that totally reaffirmed that choosing to go vegan was the right choice for me,” wrote one Twitter user.
“Well no more fish is being bought in my house or eaten after watching seaspiricy, I am APPALLED,” commented another.
“I mean I knew it was a bad industry but I didn’t know it was THAT bad. If you can watch that and still want to eat fish you need your head checking,” added a third.
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