- Rated NR
- Genre: Special Interest-Documentary
- Release Date: 11/15/2011
For centuries, we have believed we were the only ones on Earth with a mind and a soul, but perhaps there are other such creatures. Jacques Cousteau tried. Pioneer dolphin researcher John Lilly said it couldn't be done. But in 1978, a ship of fools set out to swim in the open oceans with wild dolphins. Taking a cue from Aristotle who said, 'dolphins care for man and enjoy his music,' the filmmakers played an 'underwater piano' and for three days interacted, astonishingly, with a school of wild dolphins. As seen on the Disney Channel, PBS, BBC and in 35 countries around the world. Features an appearance by Flipper's dolphin trainer Ric O'Barry, star of the Cove (Oscar winner for Best Documentary).
|Run Time:||75 minutes|