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The people doing this excellent documentary are very brave activists.
In this case, the "hidden secret" is the capturing and slaughtering of thousands of dolphins each year in the small fishing town of Taiji, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan.
I love this movie and would highly recommend it, very shocking and inspiring.
I started watching this movie because it won an academy award for Best Documentary and I accepted that it was going to be problematic. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ricky Pooski
This is a film to see, share and remember. Director Louis Psihoyos and his brave team risked their lives to bring you this sadly true story. Read morePublished 2 days ago by SmartWorkerBee
Remarkable movie! I wish more people would watch it so that the cause has more voices. The point it raises is very scary! It is well done and shows actually footage.Published 7 days ago by Peach412
Even if you don't consider yourself an animal rights activist, I would recommend watching this. Very enlightening and worth your time.Published 19 days ago by Dillon E.
For those who simply state "it's a food source" in regards to these dolphins, so are monkeys. Or people. But I don't want to butcher them either, because I'm not a sadist. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rachel