This is by far the most heartbreaking documentary, possibly movie in general, I have ever seen. The movie transitions seemlessly throughout. Why they're on their mission; background info on the dolphins and those dedicated to saving them; explanations of why dolphin meat can be so dangerous. It all leads up to the final, sickening finale. Through all of these volunteers hard work, we are shown a graphic, disturbing, first hand look at the slaughter of thousands of defenseless creatures. There is one final act by Mr. O'Barry in efforts to draw attention to this massacre, but the horror of it's preceding act is still hanging overhead. This is one of those rare movies that bothers the hell out of you when you watch it, and will do the same when you wake the next day. I hope it brings change.