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on 18 February 2016
This is an important film. This should bring about the ultimate demise of the captive dolphin and orca industry as it shows here, they are despicable and cruel in the way these animals are farmed, butchered and a selection are sold to be performers for food in inappropriate and inhumane conditions. Since this film came out, SeaWorld and its ilk have taken a bit of a beating. I sincerely hope this is the film that brings about the demise of the whole sorry business.
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on 16 December 2012
I adore dolphins and this report on what is going on in Taji Japan is very good and at the same time so sad. Dolphins are very friendly and intelligent creatures and what the .... Japanese are doing to them is absolutely heartbreaking. The Japanese trap them in nets in side a cove, slaugter them (the dolphins are in great pain; you can hear them crying out) and then to top it off, once the dolphins are dead, there meat is sold to the Japanese people. The meat is not properly identified and the Japanese people who are eating it are unaware that what they are eating have high mercury levels. So this is a double whammy. Disgusting, really.
Maggie Gaines
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on 7 October 2015
Difficult to watch because of the disgusting and sickening cruelty. The weird thing is that Japan is also a centre for innovative deep sea predator (shark) research. A huge dichotomy between world class scientific inquisitiveness and epic inhumanity.
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on 24 November 2015
Very powerful documentary. Be warned though it can be graphic. But it's necessary to get the point across, that Dolphins don't belong in 'seaworlds' or on anyones dinner plate (unless they want Mercury poisoning). Hat's off to Ric O'Barry
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on 1 October 2013
rick o'berry is an amazing man who deserves a knighthood!!
after watching this on tv and like so many who have a love and respect for animals I felt such shock and outrage that I new I had to do something. I am one of the thousands who now actively campaign for the freedom of whales and dolphins as well as spreading awareness to stop this meaning less slaughter. one thing I could do was to share this dvd with others to try and spread the word.
if you have any love for dolphins then watch this and get involved, but I warn you it will break your heart!
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on 31 December 2011
Like the reviewers say, this documentary about the slaughter of dolphins in a cove in Japan, is often like a heist movie. One minute your heart is pounding - 'will they get caught?'- the next, your heart is bleeding for the suffering dolphins. A great documentary which might change your ideas about dolphins in captivity - it did mine!
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on 26 December 2014
Something I showed my child as an 8 year old, I'd recommend everyone to learn the truth and frankly the should be shown in schools as well - I now support Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project (.net)
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on 16 October 2016
Brilliant DVD really gets to your emotions a must buy
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on 30 January 2012
This film is superbly made showing the very sad yet brutal business of dolphin sale and murder of the one not needed. During the film one man says that Greenpeace and the WWF know what is happening here yet do nothing. Once you watch this compelling film i am sure you will want to email both to register your disgust at the lack of action they are taking. This is a very sad film, a horrible subject but a film you wont be able to turn off. A need to see film, get it now.
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on 8 September 2016
Love it in a Sad Way a Film that Changed my Life
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