While it isn't that hard to conjure up images of massive ships, giant nets and scenes from "Deadliest Catch," few people have intimate knowledge of the commercial fishing industry. Enter the new documentary "Leviathan," which has been described by the New York Times as a "radical work" due to its "immersive cinematic experience."
Directors Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel filmed the movie while aboard a commercial fishing trawler. What stunned us most about the trailer (embedded below) is the audio, which sounds both disruptive and powerful. "Leviathan" will be in select theaters starting March 1. We're guessing it might make you second guess your fish consumption.
[via Grub Street]