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The footage of the octopus at work and play — hunting crabs, shape-shifting into seaweed, giving sharks the slip — is deeply absorbing: I would have happily watched hours of it without narration and indeed occasionally do, on YouTube, with a glass of wine We see her outwitting a shark by hitching a ride on its back, growing a new tentacle after surviving a shark attack, and finally wasting away after laying a clutch of eggs
In 2010, Foster felt the ocean beckoning and, convinced of the healing powers of the water, he made himself a promise: to swim the expanse of the sea every single day It remains to be seen with Netflix

Again, it is all strictly above board — just a bit of hand-holding.

Coral reefs get a lot of attention, but kelp forests were fairly unknown before the film
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As far as I remember, Foster speaks of being burnt out from work, something a lot of us can relate to, and, in the end, relates to us about how he was able to connect more deeply with his son because he found a re-connection with himself through nature
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He tells us it was hard for him to get into the water at first, due to both the frigid temperatures which dip into the upper 40s Fahrenheit and the rough swells
Sometimes we leave the house—heavens—without a phone Viewers witness a man coping with exhaustion and burnout regain purpose by developing a relationship with an octopus in the Great African Sea Forest off the tip of South Africa
In natural history filmmaking, Foster found his calling

Foster began to employ the tracking modus-operandi of the San bushmen to track down marine life underwater.

‎My Octopus Teacher (2020) directed by Philippa Ehrlich, James Reed • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd
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