Thank you for posting this, not only as a reminder of what we witnessed on film, but more importantly, that it's tragically 'still scheduled to go ahead as scheduled'. I watched 'The Cove' on Animal Planet last night and throughout the film, I was angry inside. But the last quarter of the film completely broke me under. All the anger disappeared beneath a wave of despair. Like many others, there haven't been a lot of films that leave as much of a mark on me as this. But the dolphins', the whale's, the oceans' plight resonates in me now more than ever. And as hopeless as the situation is, being that we can't change a country by force into a radical departure, change begins in us, in how we treat the Earth. And it is a fervent hope that that positive energy will resonate like waves across the planet.
The Cove and the Taiji Dolphin Hunt: One Year Later
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