Feature documentary about legendary oceanographer, marine biologist, environmentalist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Sylvia Earle, and her campaign to create a global network of protected marine sanctuaries.
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BORN TO BE FREE is a revelatory investigative film made by three intrepid, free-diving journalists Gaya, Tanya and Julia, about the global trade in wild sea mammals. Their journey takes us to the most remote corners of Russia and witnesses, for the very first time, the shocking treatment that whales, dolphins and walruses are subjected to as we discover the corruption at the heart of this cruel international business. A sad and a scandalous story of eighteen belugas - white bowhead whales - languishing in tanks in the hot Black Sea coast. A story that has brought us - freedivers who always communicate and dive with free dolphins and whales in their native element, behind the scenes of many dolphinariums and helped to reveal a number of ugly secrets and hidden facts.
It's profoundly sad, that man's biggest motivator, is his own greed. What's especially sad, is, we use the "in the name of science" claim to disguise these crimes against animals. And what's the price for exploiting the world's great wild species, it's their pain & suffering, in exchange for, fuller pockets of wealthy men. -KL
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