|Location:||New Zealand / Aotearoa|
|Director:||Steve La Hood|
|Description:||In the summer of 1955 a lone wild dolphin made friends with the people of Opononi and entered New Zealand folklore forever. The dolphin charmed the nation all summer long, but by the end of the summer she was dead! Now, 35 years later, the local Maori, for whom the dolphin had special significance, reveals the truth about Opo.|
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