By William Sitwell, June 18, 2009
This month has seen the release of a film that hopes to do for fish what An Inconvenient Truth did for climate change.
End of the Line is produced by environmental journalist Charles Clover, whose book of the same name made considerable ripples. The movie, it is hoped, will produce a somewhat larger splash.
It’s beautifully shot, there’s great music and it’s all cut with powerful, dramatic footage of Charles and his cohorts travelling the world and challenging everyone from fishing companies to restaurants on the subject of sustainability.