Swords: Life on the Line

TV review by Will Wade, Common Sense Media
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age 12+

Close look at a tough, dangerous job is interesting for all.

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age 13+

Based on 3 reviews

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age 12+

Accurate presentation.

I worked for 6 weeks on a commercial swordfisher, the TIKI XVIII, and it is an accurate representation of the business.
age 10+

This is reality

This is one of the best shows I have seen in a good while. I got both my daughters watching this show and they are 11 and 14. The oldest one respects the fishermen because it is a tough job to do and when out at sea for 2-4 months, it shows. This is jersey shore where women get punched in the face (funny), and the supposed "men" on the show wine about their lives. They wouldn't last a second fishing out offshore. Its sad to see role models nowadays are just these losers who cant hold a job and have no self respect or respect for each other. Even if the show is too "violent" or "

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