We all need to watch this film and learn from it. Buy a DVD. Then, watch it again and again. There are couple of scenes that I will never forget for the rest of my life.
Dolphins are intelligent mammals that communicate and interact with human beings in a way no other mammals do. They are wild and free. We must leave them as they are. I hear some arguments, "this is our way of life. this is our culture," etc. This is not a strong argument. All civilized people know how to write the wrongs as they learn. The killings could have been the tradition in Taiji, Japan. But the slaughtering of these beautiful and intelligent creature cannot sustain to be a tradition forever.
Dolphins are not farmed animals. The slaughtering of dolphins in Taiji, Japan is like people round up wild wolfs in a corral and slaughter them one by one by spear. They do this almost everyday during the season. Imagine 20,000+ of them a year. It is staggering and horrifying.
We need to spread the news around the world and help stop this abominable act
of the work is so horrifying, a few desperate men will stop at nothing to keep it hidden from the world. But when an elite team of activists, filmmakers and freedivers embark on a covert mission to penetrate the cove, they discover that the shocking atrocities they find there are just the tip of the iceberg.