Confessions of an Eco-Terrorist


IMDb Rating 7.6 10 265


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gegagome 10 / 10 / 10


Watched this film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival and I was surprised in many ways, all positive. It sheds light in the inner works of the Sea Shepherd during the last three decades in a very informative and funny way. It does this by documenting a visual journey of trips around the globe where men are slaughtering many species just because. Peter Brown accomplishes this and much more by showing how irrational people are, in a clever and innovative way. The first of its class in nature documentaries. Finally, it was awesome to see and meet the filmmaker while he was answering questions from viewers. At first I thought I was the only one who liked the film but at the end everyone was raving about it.

Reviewed by ahuntemer 3 / 10 / 10

Hilarious inside view of the lives of eco-warriors.

Peter Brown has managed to capture the essence of what drives certain people who are committed to working to save what is left of the biodiversity of our planet. The movie depicts activists in their most valiant moments and presents them, warts and all, in a humorous manner. The "eco-destroyers" are also presented in a mostly humorous manner. This documentary differs from all others made about the environmental movement in that it uses humor to inform, educate and entertain. "Confessions of an Eco-Terrorist" is an accurate portrayal of the major campaigns that Sea Shepherd has engaged in over the years and the day to day life of the crew members and activists. Of course the ultimate irony is that the Sea Shepherd activists are not really the eco-terrorists, the people terrorizing the planet are the true eco-terrorists!

Reviewed by dixonbainbridgeisaledge 3 / 10 / 10

Could have been good but for egotistical film maker

This film is about Sea Shepherd's efforts to stop whaling and other nautical animal abuse around the world, told by the ex-Sea Shepherd member Peter Brown. Unfortunately for the cause, Brown presents this film in a very egotistical way, and there's more of an emphasis on personal reputation enhancement than actually focusing on the problems at hand. As a vegan and, more or less, a supporter of Sea Shepherd, I believe this film really wasted the opportunity to expose the animal abuse in a serious way to a wider audience. Some of the narration and music really trivialised a very serious issue. All in all, there is good information in the film, if you can break through the sugar and superficiality. 3/10

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