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At the Edge of the World Theatrical release poster Directed by Dan Stone Produced by Dan Stone Starring Paul Watson Alex Comelissen Release date(s) March 13, 2009 (2009-03-13) (TDF) Running time 90 minutes Country United States Language English At the Edge of the World is a 2009 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. Contents 1 Cast 2 Reception 3 References 4 External links Cast Paul Watson as Himself Alex Comelissen 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."[1] References ^ Fiona Morrow (November 19, 2009). "At the Edge of the World". The Globe and Mail.  External links Official website At the Edge of the World at the Internet Movie Database At the Edge of the World at Allmovie v · d · eSea Shepherd Conservation Society Operations Sea Shepherd Conservation Society operations • 1986 Hvalur sinkings Neptune's Navy Current vessels MY Bob Barker • MY Steve Irwin • MV Gojira Former vessels MY Ady Gil • RV Farley Mowat • Sea Shepherd I People Paul Watson • Pete Bethune • Rod Coronado • Alex Pacheco Media Whale Wars (List of Whale Wars episodes) • At the Edge of the World This article about a documentary film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e