Former-actor Kim Kindersley's heartfelt but scattered documentary focuses on the plight of whales and dolphins, his own spiritual journey and on the travails of an Australian aboriginal tribe whose culture was nearly destroyed by political machinations.
In 1990, Kim Kindersley was mired in free-floating malaise and went searching for his Irish roots. There he had a close encounter with a dolphin that made him reassess his life and values. Kindersley abandoned acting and began traveling the world in search of the wisdom of indigenous people. He documented his experiences, and made a short film that eventually found its way to musician Bunna Lawrie of the Mir...