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  • Posted September 22, 2013

    Gut-wrenching, thought provoking. If you are still ok with this

    Gut-wrenching, thought provoking. If you are still ok with this after seeing the atrocities perpetrated in Taiji, then your completely inhuman.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Thought provoking...

    For the record, I have no affiliation with any animal rights groups!

    "The Cove" is a thought provoking film that captures the horrendous act of slaying dolphins for their meat.

    Who would of thought that a small town in Japan, would be killing on average 23,000 dolpins a year?

    I've always enjoyed a good documentary, that brings to light things that in which you would normally have no idea about.

    The activists in "The Cove" not only want to stop the dolphin slayings in Taiga, they want to keep all dolphins out of captivity. Which is a obviously unrealistic task.

    In "The Cove", they throw together several experts and resources to uncover this story by covert means.

    In the movie you realize that they aren't harvesting the dolphin meat for necessity and according to the activists in the film, the dolpin meat is dangerously full of mercury. The majority of the population in Japan, has no idea about the dolphin harvest in Taiga.

    This is an eye opening film, mentally stimulating and highly recommended!

    The reviewers who are trashing this film are obviously bitter about something, the film isn't propaganda and it isnt a poor documentary as one reviewer says, its actually a very well put together documentary. They show you, this is the problem, these are the dangers and this is one possible solution to bring it to the world's attention.

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