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      A River Below

      Released Nov 3, 2017 1h 27m Documentary TRAILER for A River Below: Trailer 1 List A River Below: Trailer 1 A River Below: Trailer 1 1:54 View more videos
      100% Tomatometer 12 Reviews 83% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings Marine biologist Fernando Trujillo and TV host Richard Rasmussen try to use the media to save the endangered pink river dolphin in the Amazon. Read More Read Less

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      Sheri Linden Hollywood Reporter A haunting documentary that asks urgent questions in this age of extinction crisis. Nov 4, 2017 Full Review Michael Rechtshaffen Los Angeles Times Vividly photographed by Ren Diaz and adroitly edited by Dan Swietlik, "A River Below" skillfully - and quite compellingly - navigates the murky complexities of contemporary reality filmmaking. Nov 2, 2017 Full Review Ken Jaworowski New York Times The truth turns into a tangled mess in "A River Below," a bold and urgent documentary whose seemingly straightforward story quickly runs awry. Nov 2, 2017 Full Review Leigh Monson Substream Magazine A River Below is at times fascinating even if its construction is a bit uneven. Rated: 3.5/5 Oct 1, 2020 Full Review Susan Granger SSG Syndicate Challenging, provocative and fascinating as it questions how media activism affects social change. Rated: 7/10 Mar 23, 2018 Full Review Christopher Llewellyn Reed Hammer to Nail Bearing witness to the torture and/or killing of ... animals is a particularly oppressive task, yet must be done. Feb 3, 2018 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Audience Member beautifully made, very compelling Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/27/23 Full Review Audience Member Empieza de forma muy aburrida pero revive gracias a Richard Rasmussen, un personaje de la TV brasilera que es todo un cóctel de megalomanía con egolatría, entre otras cosas. La tácita relación entre el director, Mark Grieco, y Richard es la que le da vida a este documental que empezaba moribundo pero que resucita gracias a este personaje. La denuncia de la pesca ilegal de delfines rosados, de la pesca de pez mota y de la cantidad de mercurio presente en ellos, que esta por encima de límites permitidos, pasa a un segundo plano y todo queda en la historia de Richard, quien termina reflejando esa locura tan dulce y atractiva pero a la vez venenosa y nauseabunda de este tipo de personajes que, a veces, encontramos como defensores de causas como esta. La participación de Fernando Trujillo, el biólogo colombiano director de la fundación Omacha, pasa a ser algo irrelevante y de hecho aburrida, la dimensión de su trabajo no es atractiva para la mayoría de personas y solo sirve como medio de contraste para desarrollar la historia de Rasmussen. Gran documental sobre la condición actual del ser humano frente al medio ambiente. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 02/14/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Movie Info

      Synopsis Marine biologist Fernando Trujillo and TV host Richard Rasmussen try to use the media to save the endangered pink river dolphin in the Amazon.
      Director
      Mark Grieco
      Producer
      Torus Tammer
      Distributor
      Sandarba Films
      Production Co
      Sandarba
      Genre
      Documentary
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Nov 3, 2017, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Feb 23, 2018
      Runtime
      1h 27m
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