“Sharks” is a family-friendly film that dives into the world of sharks with simple concepts, no scenes of predation, however death is shown and there is discussion of shark mating and violent behaviors (not explicitly shown). A sea turtle “narrates." It's presented by Jean-Michel Cousteau.
Audiences learn about adaptations that make sharks so unique among fish. And they also encounter manta rays, an enormous school of sardines, sea lions, jellyfish, dolphins and other creatures.
The film also faces up to stark shark realities: that the oceans’ top predators are horribly misunderstood and paying a deadly price for their reputation.