Eco-Pirate:The Story Of Paul Watson
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Eco-Pirate:The Story Of Paul Watson
Captain Paul Watson has been on a crusade to save the oceans for 40 years and he isn't about to stop now. Through the life and convictions of this notorious activist, Trish Dolman crafts an epic tale of the birth of the modern environmental movement, and the founding of Greenpeace and the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Part high-octane adventure, the film follows Watson and his crew as they hunt down a Japanese whaling fleet in the vast expanse and stunning beauty of Antarctica's Southern Ocean, and seamlessly segues in and out of a wealth of archival footage from decades of… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Admiring but hardly deifying, this portrait of an ecological warrior is compelling viewing -- as philosophical overview, character study and high-seas adventure."
‑ Sheri Linden, Hollywood Reporter
"For all its scenes of distress and slaughter, Eco-Pirate is often very beautiful."
‑ James Adams, Globe and Mail
"In a world where it's still "just business" to destroy tomorrow for a buck today, there are a lot of people who embrace the outlaw. Eco-Pirate shows you why and lets you figure out just how huggable he really is."
‑ Jim Slotek, Jam! Movies
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