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.
Production Year: 1978
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