\”Disney version Japanese Dolphin catch\” Beverly Hills/Hagen-Westf. -In over 200 countries, more than 1 billion people on the TV screen along with the nominees for the coveted Oscar allocation excitement on Sunday evening. But not only Sandra Bullock (the blind side), James Cameron (avatar), George Clooney (up in the air), Meryl Streep (Julie & Julia), and Penelope Cruz with \”Nine\” will be hoping this evening in Beverly Hills on an award. In the category of best documentary\”, the Bay (the Cove) was\” nominated and ex-TV-flipper trainer Ric o’ Barry Director of Louie Psihoyos. \” \”\” In the 6o’ern coached Ric O’barry Pinball \”and converted after completion of the series to the best-known Dolphin protector after film Dolphin Cathy\” was dead in his arms and O’barry realized that he had taken part in the belittlement of the sensitive marine mammals. In the episode of the series, hundreds of Dolphinariums, which attracted millions of visitors caused worldwide.
\”The myth of flipper\” persists to this day. Little is known, under what cruel circumstances caught the Dolphin replenishment for the shows and zoos. \”Louie Psihoyos, Director of the film the Bay\” was shocked when Ric o’ Barry showed him after a Congress pictures on Dolphin massacre in Japan and he decided to make a documentary about it. More than 20,000 dolphins are slaughtered every year in the Japanese coastal areas because the dolphin industry pays over $ 150,000 for a beautiful and strong show dolphin. \”\” The slaughter of the remaining fish-Eater \”, how the Japanese fishermen describe the dolphins, would no longer be worth, if there were no more Dolphinariums and O’barry and Psihoyos do exactly with the Bay\” reach. The Director presents a documentation of horror with hidden created and compelling footage in the small Japanese fishing village of taiji together with O’barry. Chased by Japanese fishermen and local police and repeatedly expelled they realised that an eco-thriller with ocean’s eleven\”is compared and the already worldwide more than forty Awards achieved.