Who has never dreamed of talking to animals? This documentary wants to demonstrate that it is possible to communicate with sharks through a universal language: body language.
6 p.m., off Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique Channel. Steven Surina, a specialist in human-shark interaction, finishes his dive in the middle of a dozen bulldog sharks. He did this dive hundreds of times, but suddenly the sharks behaved unusually. He feels vulnerable. The situation becomes difficult to defuse. This experience leads him to question himself. He then launched an investigation in South Africa where he returned to his archives. With the help of several specialists, Steven will try to answer these questions that are still pending: is the body language of sharks universal? Isn't anthropomorphism an obstacle to the human-shark relationship?