The end of the line
"[This film] charts the devastating ecological impact of overfishing by interweaving both local and global stories of sharply declining fish populations, including the imminent extinction of the bluefin tuna, and illuminates how our modern fishing capacities far outstrip the survival abilities...
|Corporate Author:||Arcane Pictures (Firm), Calm Productions (Firm), Dartmouth Films (Firm), Docurama (Firm), New Video Group.|
|Other Authors:||Murray, Rupert. (Director), Danson, Ted, 1947- (Narrator), Lewis, Claire. (Producer), Duffield, George. (Producer), Clover, Charles.|
[United States] :
Docurama : Distributed by New Video Group,
National Geographic ocean now.
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- Clover's mission
- The collapse of cod
- 90% of big fish gone
- How bad is it?
- Politics, law, lawbreakers
- Japanese tuna trade
- The human cost
- Fishing down the food web
- The end of the line?
- Sustainable fishing
- Solutions and false solutions
- The Garden of Eden.
- Special features: Webisodes: The biggest problem you've never heard of (10 min.), The European Union, a world leader in overfishing (9 min.), The future of fisherman (10 min.), The future of protection (8 min.), The future of seafood (9 min.), The future of fish (9 min.) ; The coral triangle: nursery of the seas [short film] (13 min.) ; Ted Danson on The End of the line ; original theatrical trailer ; filmmaker bio.