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The Cove [DVD] £6.97 @ Amazon

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[mod] 6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Might not appeal to most HUKDers but an excellent film/documentary that I thought would be of interest to a fair few anyway and elsewhere this is: -
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Play.com £11.99
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HMV £14.99
PowerPlayDirect £19.99

In the 1960s, Richard O'Barry enjoyed a lucrative career as a specialised animal trainer; he captured the five dolphins that were used in the popular television series FLIPPER, and taught them the tricks and special commands they used on the show. Four decades later, O'Barry has renounced his former life as a trainer and become an animal rights activist, speaking out against the hunting of aquatic mammals and keeping them in captivity. O'Barry is not welcome in Taiji, a town along the Japanese coast where hunting dolphins is a major part of the local economy, but he and a group of activist filmmakers made their way into the city as well as the carefully guarded harbour in hopes of documenting the abuse of dolphins by fisherman and the poisoning of the waters that has taken a toll on the marine ecology. O'Barry and his colleagues captured some beautiful underwater footage as well as shocking images of how the town's fisherman have sullied the dolphins and their habitat, and director Louie Psihoyos has used this material as the basis for the documentary THE COVE, which received its world premiere at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.
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Thanks, this looks interesting. :thumbsup:
#3
An EXCELLENT film, but not for the faint hearted
#4
This is a really great film and has just won the Best Documentary Oscar.Worth seeing.Kind of a Michael Moore type thing but better than than his current crop of rather dry efforts IMHO.:roll:
#5
great film - shocking stuff

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