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|Starring||Richard O'Barry (himself)|
|Supporting actors||Hardy Jones, Michael Illiff, Joji Morishita, Ian Campbell, Paul Watson, Doug DeMaster, Dave Rastovich, Charles Hambleton, Hayato Sakurai, Kazutaka Sangen, Simon Hutchins, Joe Chisholm, Mandy-Rae Cruikshank, Kirk Krack, Roger Payne, Hideki Moronuki, Dan Goodman, Tetsuya Endo|
|MPAA rating||PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)|
|Captions and subtitles||English Details|
|Rental rights||24 hour viewing period. Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
It is films like this that can make a difference.
It is very heartbreaking and hard to watch but it is important for people to learn the truth so that they can make informed decisions about visiting Sea World.
The dolphins that aren't purchased by a "Sea World" like organization must be put to good use.
came at a fast pace and the film is one everyone should watch. very happy with my purchase. :):) thanks!Published 5 days ago by Ashley Lackner
This was comparable to Blackfish and exposed some of the wrongs of the world. Dolphins don't belong in captivity and deserve to be in the natural habitat.Published 16 days ago by Markeshia Wilkins
It continues to amaze me how callus, cruel & greedy man has become. The immediate gratification short term mind set has got to go. Read morePublished 16 days ago by rickyvz
Eye opening. Exposing an apalling issue I was not even aware of. Very well put together. I highly recommend this film.Published 1 month ago by Mark D. Ellington
I purchased this to see if it was worth showing in an environmental science classroom. In all fairness, I only got through about 30 minutes of it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by sciguy
People just don't know what kind of cruelty is going on in the world. This is a captivating film as sad as it is. It is eye opening and brave of these people to expose the truth!Published 1 month ago by Loni Simmons
great and important movie, showing the cruelty of the japanese dolphin hunters in Taiji. Absolutely worth buying and watching. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kim Ferrari
This is a story that has to be told. Truly a must see. Intense to watch at times, but extremely well done. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Linda R.
Fabulous documentary. Really opened my eyes to the abuse of dolphins in Taiji. Makes me want to help the cause even more.Published 1 month ago by Jamie Yeoman