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At the Edge of the World (2008 film)

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Director  Dan Stone
Music director  Jeff Gibbs, Tierro Lee
Language  English
7/10 IMDb

Genre  Documentary, Action, Adventure
Producers  Craig Stone, Dan Stone
Country  United States
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Release date  September 2008 (2008-09) (TIFF)
Directors  Patrick Gambuti Jr., Dan Stone
Cast  Paul Watson, Alex Cornelissen
Similar movies  Pirate for the Sea, Whaling Afloat and Ashore, Whale Fishing, Down to the Sea in Ships

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At the Edge of the World is a 2008 documentary which chronicles the efforts of animal rights activist Paul Watson and 45 other volunteers, who set out in two Sea Shepherd ships to hinder the Japanese whaling fleet in the waters around Antarctica. The film won Best Environmental Film at the Vancouver International Film Festival. Director and Producer Dan Stone would later produce the first season of Whale Wars. It depicts what actually went on during this excursion, with clips of beautiful scenery, news clips, whaling in action, and life on the ship.


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The documentary follows the events that took place during Operation Leviathan in early 2007. The RV Farley Mowat, captained by Paul Watson and the newly acquired MY Robert Hunter, captained by Alex Cornelissen meet in the Southern Ocean. As they are docked side to side, material is transferred from the Farley Mowat to the Robert Hunter to build a new helicopter deck. After some time the Robert Hunter is able to find the Nisshin Maru and engages it. In the course, one of the Sea Shepherd's small boats with two men on board gets lost. Both Sea Shepherd vessels must abandon the Nisshin Maru, which later takes part in the search for them. Finally after 9 hours, they are able to locate them and they are saved. Having lost the Nisshin Maru, the Robert Hunter later finds the Kaiko Maru, a spotter vessel for the Japanese whaling fleet. They engage the ship and during maneuvering through an ice field collide with each other, damaging both ships. As the Farley Mowat approaches, the Japanese vessel calls out a Mayday, stopping the Sea Shepherds from further engagement. As the film ends, we find out that there was a fire on the Nisshin Maru, killing one worker and ending the whaling season early due to damage to the ship.


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  • Paul Watson as Himself
  • Alex Cornelissen as Himself
  • Reception

    The Globe and Mail reviewer Fiona Morrow called it, "an epic tale of hunter and hunted: a Moby-Dick for the environmental age."


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