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'The Cove' Director Responds To Japanese Censorship Of Film

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Amidst protests from right-wing groups, the first cinema in Japan to show the dolphin-slaughter documentary The Cove has pulled the film.

According to Variety, “theater management got cold feet on Thursday after receiving harassing phone calls and warnings that protesters would picket the theater.”

In response, Director Louis Psihoyos has created a video denouncing the move and calling for all Japanese to consider viewing the film. Check it out below:

via Causecast

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