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"Dolphins and Whales: Tribes of the Ocean 3D" 3D IMAX documentary opens

“Looking into the eye of a whale is like looking into a human soul,” says Daryl Hannah in this new 3D IMAX documentary filmed by Jean-Jacques and Francois Mantell and presented by Jean-Michel Cousteau.

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Here's some fascinating info about this production: it took 3 years, 12 expeditions and 600 hours of diving to obtain the 42 minutes of finished footage. It was filmed completely underwater, most of which was done by free diving since the subjects being filmed can be spooked by the bubbles created when scuba diving.

And you think your job is tough.

For the official film site, go here.

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