Well, it seems that I can’t even enjoy my lunch these days. I was reading the entertainment section of the newspaper when I read a movie review about the documentary, ‘The Cove.’ This movie exposes Japan’s practice of killing 23,000 dolphins each year by strategically maneuvering them into a cove to hide the killing. The director and crew placed secret cameras, some in the shape of rocks, to film the killing and offer proof.
I admired the courage of this movie crew and can only imagine the heartache at having to film and edit this footage. If you want more information, visit their website at www.thecovemovie.com.
For those of you who read my post “Our Natural State,” you know that I will NOT be watching this movie. I just can’t take the heartache.