Check it out
I thought I'd bump this thread as this film is currently playing in wide release and water levels are down down down so it's time to catch up with the rest of the world. I saw the film the other night in Boulder and was pretty impressed with the content and execution. It worked well on a number of levels and there is already talk among critics about an Academy Award nomination for a documentary.
On a pure entertainment level, it's a compelling modern day, real life thriller. So even if you believe God put the world here for your use and aren't interested in a bunch of soft-hearted hooligans trying to save some dolphins, it's cool to witness a real life adventure from a group of people on a mission to expose a secret. On a deeper level it was not only a call to action, but it raised a lot of thought provoking questions about personal responsibilities, mankind's place in the world, resource allocations, animal rights, consumption practices, international political relationships, governmental corruption, and more.
Best of all the cinematographer is a local paddler and mountainbuzzer so make friends with him quick because it looks like he'll be going places after this film.