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Revolution: Rob Stewart uncovers secrets to save Earth

Discovering that it’s not just sharks that are in jeopardy – but us – director Rob Stewart looks to the evolution of life and past revolutions in order to uncover the secrets necessary to save our world.

Revolution is a feature documentary about opening your eyes, changing the world and fighting for something. A true-life adventure following director Rob Stewart in the follow up to his smash hit SharkwaterRevolution is an epic adventure into the evolution of life on earth and the revolution to save us.

Discovering that there's more in jeopardy than sharks, Stewart uncovers a grave secret threatening our survival as a species and embarks on a life-threatening adventure through 4 years and 15 countries into the greatest battle ever waged.

Bringing you some of the most incredible wildlife spectacles ever recorded, audiences are brought face to face with sharks and cuddly lemurs, into the microscopic world of the pygmy seahorse, and on the hunt with the deadly flamboyant cuttlefish. From the coral reefs in Papua New Guinea to the rainforests in Madagascar, Stewart reveals that all of our actions are interconnected.

Through it all, Stewart's journey of encouragement and hope meet activists and individuals all over the world that are winning the battle to save the ecosystems we depend on for survival.

Presenting the most important information on human survival and inspiring people all over the world to fight for life, Revolution is essential viewing for everyone. Startling, beautiful, and provocative, Revolution inspires audiences across the globe to start a revolution and change the world forever.

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