The people behind us clapped. The old man waved them off and sat back down in the skiff to fan his face again”. The way Sonny explains what is happening seems like he has no clue what was going on and why they are doing the things they do. Another thing that happened in the chapter was Sonny and Keo went to catch a shark to show the director what a real one looks like. The boys set a trap for the shark and waited until the next day to find the buoy twenty feet underwater.
That was just mind blowing to me and it showed why this business of shark finning is such a huge business. Also the movie talks about line fishing which I have never heard of before this video. Line fishing is when a fishing boat takes miles and miles of fishing line full of baited hooks and tosses it out in the water for fish, sharks, turtles, or just any type of sea creature to bit or get tangled in and die. Line fishing is illegal in most countries but there is such a huge business in it a lot of countries will not do anything to stop the fishermen from doing it. For example when Rob and the crew of the Sea Shepard were trying to stop the Varadera from line fishing the Varadera crew was let off the hook by the Costa Rica government even though they were illegally fishing, but the Sea Shepard was charged with 7 counts of attempted murder.
There is tension in the plot and in the ending, even when the first two attacks occurred a short while after the other. These attack continue consecutively make the audience feel that there are just going to be attacks one after another. it gives a impression to the audience and the characters that the beach is no longer safe to go swimming, even sunbathe has to be far away from the beach. The third attack on 4th July, which involving Brodys son was also a huge tension was building up this is because of the fake shark the boys made, which was an anti-climax. This was a thing the boys did because it cleared out the beach for the real attack.
The head sheriff of this tourist town has a man-eating shark on the loose and wants to keep everyone out of the water until the capture the shark. Though Brody is afraid of water himself he knows the dangers this shark can hold for the town. His goal is to kill the shark in hope to keep the beaches safe. His motif through the film is fear. He is in fear that more people are going to die and that his son will die to this shark.
Ironically, Smurch survived his plane trip around the world. Even then, the authorities were hoping he would drown. Even his mother hpoed he would drown: His mother, a sullen shortorder cook in a shack restaurant on the edge of a tourists' camping ground near Westfield, met all inquiries as to her son with an angry, "Ah, the hell with him; I hope he drowns." Smurch was a terrible person with terrible manners and a crude disposition. After the great leaders, including the President of the United States, tried to teach Smurch the correct manners for an interview, Smurch just mocked them and insisted on getting money for his great feat.
Imagine the panic dolphins must experience as they are yanked from the ocean, forever separated from their world of sound, their pod members and their ability to swim freely.” Helen O’Barry. (The Dolphin Project 2010) Those beautiful whales and dolphins you see leaping out of the water at aquariums, in most cases came from the ocean and were not born in captivity. They were ripped from their families through a traumatic, stressful and invasive process. First the pods of whales or dolphins are chased with piercing sounds and nets until they’re exhausted and have nowhere left to go. Trainers and brokers rush into the water looking for the perfect show dolphin or whale, usually young females.
Recently after numerous attacks, the Western Australian government stated a hunt and kill policy on any shark that is a tiger, bull or great white over the size of 4 meters. For numerous reasons this should be deemed illegal by the government and stop the culling in Western Australia. Australia is home to more diverse, unique and beautiful animals than any other place on earth, and included in these animals are the three sharks that have been focused on about in the cull in Western Australia. Ever since people have been utilising beaches for swimming and surfing, there have been shark attacks. And sadly on the flip side, ever since people have been swimming/ surfing at beaches, there have been attacks on sharks.
The boys believe that they will be rescued after their airplane crash-landed on a deserted island with no adults. They believe it is a short trip in paradise. Ironically, the boys learn the dark side of human nature: killing, stealing, and fighting. The book Lord of the Flies doesn’t offer any hope because most of the boys turned into violent savages who kill and steal. They had no solution to end it.
While this is happening tony (former shark founder) and Maria (berandos sister) begin to slow dance. It was like love at first sight. Maria had just moved from Puerto Rico so she didn’t know anything about the jets and the sharks. Tony knew that he has never seen Maria before. The sharks are mad that tony is with someone on there territory.
After traveling for many days and nights, Gilgamesh finally reaches the plant once again. Diving down to the depths of the sea, Gilgamesh retrieves the plant, ignoring the pain caused by the plants razor like thorns on the plant. Soon after retrieving the plant, Urshanabi sets sail for Uruk. After many days of travel, they stop for the night to rest. Fearing that the serpent would once again try to steal the plant from him, Gilgamesh decides the only way to keep the plant safe is to kill the serpent.