If you love nature, then The Deep Blue Sea 3 is a must-see film. The crew of Dr. Emma Collins' team have been spending their second summer at the ocean-side paradise of Little Happy Island in the Solomon Islands, learning the effect of global warming on the white-sharks who frequent the tropical nursery each year for their annual birthing. But when an "official" scientific team shows up looking to find three tagged white-sharks, their tranquil existence is disturbed by a series of bizarre disappearances that lead to an investigation of Collins' crew by the USGS.
The big question, however, is how they get away with their strange and dangerous behavior. And it is not just the USGS that is baffled. Even the locals on the island are a little bit suspicious about the crew, as are the other scientists, which is only compounded by the fact that they are all headed in different directions. With this mystery behind them, the crew must race against time to learn more about the disappearances of the three white-sharks and uncover a terrifying truth about the hidden dangers threatening the islands of the Solomon Islands.
As well as dealing with the disappearances of the white-sharks, The Deep Blue Sea 3 also explores some other questions that are haunting the minds of many people today. This film does a great job of making the viewer to question whether we can trust our governments, and even our own scientists, to protect our environment and wildlife. These questions have been haunting us for decades, but rarely do we get to see an independent documentary dealing with them from this angle. In this film, we get an unbiased look at what's really going on in our country, and how it's affecting the world as we know it.
Another strong point of The Deep Blue Sea 3 lies in the story of the relationship between the United States and the Solomon Islands. There is a strong history between these two countries, dating back to 1801 when the first settlers arrived there. Over the years, the relationship between the US and the Solomon Islands has grown tremendously. Unfortunately, some of that growth has taken place at the cost of the environment, and the result is an ongoing problem that is beginning to threaten the future of the environment on Earth.
One of the biggest and most important big questions, the film covers is the connection between humans and the animals of the planet. While animals like lions and sharks are great to have as pets, they are also one of the few things that can be domesticated for the purpose of research and development of medical cures. But this film delves deeper into the ethical issues surrounding these creatures, and the fact that some of the very best innovations of modern medicine are being made possible only because of the cooperation between humans and animals.
The Deep Blue Sea 3 is an exciting documentary that is sure to please both the casual moviegoer and the hardcore science lover alike. It will also make you think, which is something that movies should do.