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Raja: This is a discussion about The Cove, not the war.

Woman: "Why did they have to hide and do things?"

When you watch the film, it will become clear. The slaughtermen in Taiji erected barriers and stopped people filming and taking photographs - they were the ones attempting to hide what happens in Taiji. The film crew had no option other than to film covertly.

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Sky News: "The Cove - The world's horrified and the Japanese people are horrified."

Japan Probe: "Taiji is now infamous in America and Australia because of 'The Cove' "

SiouxChef: Who said we're coming to Taiji to harrass anyone? Those were your words not mine.

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Los Angeles Times: "Oscar winner 'The Cove' to become the basis of a new TV series - Animal Planet says the series may premiere in the fall, after 'The Cove' debuts on the channel this summer."

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MrUSA: The dolphin slaughterers of Taiji and officials permitting and condoning the killing and distributing toxic dolphin meat will likely know no peace until this practice is brought to an end. You are being extremely niaive if you think The Cove is the last documentary that will be made about Taiji. The world's media are now onto this.

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SiouxChef: "Few things are as ridiculous as armchair environmentalists"

Please don't mistake me for one - I'll be in Taiji on 1st September along with a lot of other people. Why not come down and meet us?

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Wontond: Yes, thanks to The Cove the entire world now knows you could care less.

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MrUSA at 05:02 PM JST - 8th March

Is it a documentary??

"While many of the scenes in the film are staged or misrepresented, it is still considered a documentary."

Japan Today: "After screenings in selected countries such as Japan, Australia and the United States, the documentary provoked criticism against the hunt, while local fishermen defended it as part of a Japanese tradition, saying the practice was not bloodthirsty as they built memorials for the dolphins."

Who are any of you trying to kid? Frankly, it is quite bad enough this has been allowed to go on for so long by the Japanese authorities without people now making feeble excuses, trying to discredit the Oscar winning documentary (none of which was staged) or lying. Hang your heads in shame and campaign to get this brutal and barbaric practice stopped as quickly as possible. The eyes of the World are now fixed upon you.

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