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Not Yet Rated| 1 hr. 37 min.

Plot Summary
Volunteer activists led by Greenpeace's Paul Watson set sail for the south Antarctic Ocean to protect whales from Japanese hunters.

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Directors: Dan Stone , Patrick Gambuti Jr.

Genres: Documentary

At the Edge of the World (2009)

Release Date: August 28th, 2009|1 hr. 37 min.

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critic reviews ( 8 )
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  • A documentary with too much dead time between the arduous tasks at hand, never grabs a viewer because -- sad to say -- it's too dull. show more

  • The Japanese whalers are clearly in violation of international law, but no government is willing to take action. That leaves it up to ragtag groups such as the Sea Shepherds to do their best to shut down the whalers. The planet owes them a big "thank you." show more

  • These ragtag rebels exude an infectious determination, and while director Dan Stone fails in the adrenaline department, he succeeds in bringing home a memorable portrait of resilience. show more

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