The End of the Line
- 65 min
- Directed by: Rupert Murray
Ecological documentary about the depletion of fish stocks in our oceans. An ethical forum rather than an aesthetic form, Murray's film, adapted from Charles Glover's book, should be seen in the cinema not for its careful compositions and subtlety of exploration, but to join in collective indignation and subsequently take some action.
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The End of the Line11 Jun 2009
Documentary exploring depletion of fish stocks in our oceans due to overfishing
In Rupert Murray’s documentary about the depletion of fish stocks in our oceans, scientists mention that the decline of cod and other predators due to over-fishing has led to a proliferation of lobster, prawn and shrimp – the very creatures the fish…
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