Wayne Stollings wrote:
The other side of the coin is the use of the profits from these places to rescue and rehabilitate injured species. Seaworld San Diego, for example, has such a rehabilitation facility.
...a side completely ignored in Blackfish...either that or I missed it when I went to the bathroom. I'm sure if it were there, oh, the insanity of making a profit. How dare they.
Blackfish wasn't this or that or in other words there was no flip side of the coin since it presented both this and that on the only side of the coin there was. Completely transparent.
I'm amazed at the power it had to rattle the cages of the industry as there have been so many films made that have been 'exposes' of quite horrific treatments of animals in general. For some reason, this one landed hard on many and has actually affected change. It has spread the information very wide.
For some reason, some films just tend to touch a nerve. This one, Blackfish, is an example.