End of the Line

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Released 1988

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Director:
Jay Russell
Released:
1988
Rating:
PG
End of the Line is a feature-length documentary about the effects of overfishing the world's waterways. The film, which premiered at the Sundance film festival, looks at the impact of overfishing on the world's oceans and the long-term effect overfishing will have if it is not stopped-a world without sea food. It specifically looks at the coming extinction of the bluefin tuna. Bluefin tuna populations in the world are rapidly declining because of the global demand for sushi, and their absence in the oceans have created an overpopulation of jellyfish. The film also explores how declining sea food populations could someday cause mass human starvation, by removing a major protein source from the current food chain. Charles Clovers, an investigative reporter, goes behind the scenes, speaking to fishermen, restaurant owners, politicians and others about the damage they are causing and what must be done to change the tide and improve oceanic conservation.

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