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The US Release of
CONFESSIONS OF AN ECO-TERRORIST
on Earth Day, Sunday, April 22, 2012
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30 Years Of Never Before Seen Footage
Of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Campaigns
Confessions of an Eco-Terrorist should strike
just about everyone as a refreshing contrast to the usual bleak tenor
of save-the-planet cinema.
Confessions of an Eco-Terrorist takes Whale Wars Up a Notch.
Peter Jay Brown unfolds one unusual story in a provocative, informative,
laugh out loud funny, agitprop style.
Anath White, RogerEbert.com & Chicago Sun Times
Brown’s film is a peek behind the curtain: The activist often creates confrontation, but the documentarian must show the less-than-flattering bits. This film is a warts-and-all view of his involvement with the Sea Shepherd team since 1981, and it also deconstructs the classic political-movement film.
Los Angeles Times
As the longest serving crew member ever aboard the Sea Shepherd with a highly impressive personal resume and film career in his own right, Brown takes viewers into the lighter, more humorous aspects of the "eco-terrorist" sub-culture in his feature documentary film.
There have been many films made about Sea Shepherd but none as hilarious and revealing as CONFESSIONS OF AN ECO-TERRORIST
which was three decades in the making. Peter Brown, a Sea Shepherd insider expertly exercises aikido
with his camera by turning a negative accusation into a positive confession of influential activism.
Captain Paul Watson, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
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