Florence Pugh Urges Fans To Watch Seaspiracy The celeb described the film as 'eye-opening' - Media Credit: Gage Skidmore

‘Little Women’ Star Florence Pugh Urges Fans To Watch Seaspiracy To ‘Help Our Oceans’

The actor said she went to bed 'ranting' and was 'shocked' hours after watching the anti-fishing documentary...

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Acclaimed actor Florence Pugh has urged her fans to watch Seaspiracy to ‘help our oceans’. 

The Little Women star plugged the documentary to her 2.2 million Instagram followers.

Florence Pugh: I’m still in shock

“We watched this documentary last night and went to bed ranting,” Pugh wrote.

“[I’m] still in shock hours later. [It’s] eye-opening. To help our oceans… the first step is to watch this documentary.”

Pugh’s boyfriend Zach Braff – who rose to fame due to his appearance on Scrubs – also praised the documentary.

He told his 1.4 million Instagram followers: “I can’t stop thinking about this movie. Watch it. Share it.”

Seaspiracy

The film, produced by Cowspiracy’s sheds light on the ‘war being waged’ on the world’s oceans – delving into the fishing industry’s environmental impacts on marine life.

Since its debut, Seaspiracy has received a flurry of support from celebrities, has garnered global media attention, and appears to be changing peoples’ perception of seafood.

Leading publication Vogue – who has long promoted fish as a ‘sustainable’ ingredient – declared the film ‘will change your thoughts on seafood forever’. 

Similarly, UK news giant Metro published a list of vegan alternatives to seafood in an article headlined: “Did Seaspiracy put you off fish?”

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