In 1971, Canadian journalist Bob Hunter determined to do something about American nuclear testing in Alaska...and, together with like-minded activists, sailed a fishing vessel into ground zero. Their mission would be the founding effort of the group that became Greenpeace, and through archival footage and copious interviews, remarkable insight is provided into the environmental movement's formative years as well as Hunter himself. 110 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; deleted scenes; theatrical trailer.
In 1971, Canadian journalist Bob Hunter determined to do something about American nuclear testing in Alaska...and, together with like-minded activists, sailed a fishing vessel into ground zero. Their mission would be the founding effort of the group that became Greenpeace, and through archival footage and copious interviews, remarkable insight is provided into the environmental movement's formative years as well as Hunter himself. 110 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; deleted scenes; theatrical trailer.
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In 1971, Canadian journalist Bob Hunter determined to do something about American nuclear testing in Alaska...and, together with like-minded activists, sailed a fishing vessel into ground zero. Their mission would be the founding effort of the group that became Greenpeace, and through archival footage and copious interviews, remarkable insight is provided into the environmental movement's formative years as well as Hunter himself. 110 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; deleted scenes; theatrical trailer.