Filmmaker Louie Psihoyos and Ric O'Barry, a longtime activist who was a dolphin trainer for the1960s TV show "Flipper" discuss the documentary "The Cove." In a secluded lagoon in the small Japanese town of Taiji, thousands of dolphins are brutally slaughtered every year, and the film follows a group of activists who try to infiltrate the cove and to actually film what goes on there. "The Cove" opens in New York Friday, July 31st, at the Beekman Theater and the Angelika Film Center.
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