My Octopus Teacher | Official Trailer | Netflix

My Octopus Teacher | Official Trailer | Netflix

A filmmaker forges an unusual friendship with an octopus living in a South African kelp forest, learning as the animal shares the mysteries of her world.


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  1. Really enjoyed this documentary. It definitely tugged at my heart strings and satisfied my interest in the octopus. Such intelligent, elegant creatures. This documentary captured their elegancy VERY well. One of the better documentaries I've seen in a while. Hope to see more like this ❤️

  2. Gorgeous, moving, and thoughtful documentary. The musical score by Kevin Smuts is amazing and would LOVE to get my hands on the soundtrack if it's available (and even better, the piano sheet music!).

  3. Absolutely loved this documentary! One of the best I've seen since the "Blue Planet" series! Thank you Craig Foster and your dedicated team for bringing this amazing underwater world to light. Fantastic!

  4. This is the best documentary; well-written, well-filmed, and emotional that keeps you wanting more. It came in a timely manner. We need pieces like this to engage our senses from our comfort zone and see what is going on in the animal kingdom and learn from them. One of my favorite parts when the octopus started to gain trust and she started slowing coming out from her den and touched him with one of her arms. And when she covers herself, quickly with anything she can find, shells, rocks, even a sea urchin. 😃 She'smart! Thank you for sharing Craig Foster and 🐙 .

  5. we were ugly-crying by the end of this movie – and I couldn't stop thinking about her and other animals, what amazing individuals they are, how they live to the rhythm of this planet and how we as humans are so divorced from it – the gift of her friendship and others like her that bestow on us who are destroying this beautiful planet

  6. Different title would get more CLICKS (more revenue). The title almost prevented me from watching.
    "And Then I Met An Octopus"
    When I Met An Octopus
    or click-bait
    Class Fun With Miss Octopuss,
    My Miss Octopuss,
    2019 Graduation Class of Miss Octopuss.
    Now There Was An Octopuss;
    Growing A Leg For Miss Octopuss

  7. I cried throughout movie. So shamanic. Dear this octopus was your spirit animal. I had to do a shamanic journey to find my spirit animal. And you found yours in such a beautiful way. 😘😘😘😘

  8. One of my most favorite films ever! A Documentary…and so much more. I believe we may have to come up with a new category of film…something like "EntheoVideos" (tho obviously its a film) documentaries that touches upon the Mystical and the deepest questions we may ponder about existence itself…
    You can learn more at Craig Foster's "Sea Change Project"r (just add a dot com) Raising awareness about the beauty and ecological importance of South Africa’s kelp forests, and all of our world, through “a movement of 'emotional ecology,' where people feel a meaningful connection to wild places and the animals that live in them.”
    Filled with Wonder & Gratitude!

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