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Oct 5, 2014First 30 Minutes are great. A fascinating background of the global fish trade is provided with plenty of insight, complete with industryFirst 30 Minutes are great. A fascinating background of the global fish trade is provided with plenty of insight, complete with industry experts at all levels. Then, the movie sharply and suddenly turns into an hour-long environmentalist propaganda campaign. The organization Greenpeace is painted in a glowy light, with disregard for their illegal activities. A lot of unqualified statements are made about the fishing industry and the movie concludes with an advertisement for a "sustainable" sushi restaurant in Southern California.
I felt a bit insulted after finishing this film.
If you would like a guilt-free documentary that provides insight into the history, art, and practice of creating sushi, check out Jiro Dreams of Sushi, currently available on Netflix.… Full Review »