Dolphin Lover

‘Dolphin Lover’ Movie Gets Buzz As Man Recalls His Sexual Love Affair With A Dolphin Who Kills Herself, And Sex With A Dog [Video]


Prepare to be grossed out. There’s a new movie called Dolphin Lover, wherein Malcolm Brenner describes his sexual affair with a dolphin named Dolly. This Dolphin Lover Teaser – Short Documentary video on YouTube has already received more than 100,000 views in two days, since it was uploaded on February 1. The Dolphin Lover movie won an honorable mention at the Slamdance film festival, and as such, the Dolphin Lover short documentary is gaining plenty of buzz for the odd actions that it reveals.

First off, the crazily true story of Malcolm Brenner and what he claims was a summer long love affair with Dolly the Dolphin is weird in that Brenner claims the dolphin seduced him, reports the New York Post‎. Brenner goes on to claim that he tried to resist the dolphin’s advances but then reasoned with himself that if Dolly the Dolphin were a woman, he wouldn’t reject her, so Malcolm went ahead and began a sexual relationship with the dolphin. Their times together included evading a male dolphin, and plenty of times when he could be alone with his supposed dolphin love.

There isn’t a release date for when — if ever — Dolphin Lover will hit traditional movie theaters, even if the Dolphin Sex Documentary made a big splash at the film festival, as reported by the Huffington Post. And Brenner’s Dolphin Lover film might not want to attempt to hit theaters anyway, since animal activists are already forming a backlash against Dolphin Lover and want the movie banned, reports the Inquisitr.

To add more oddness to the whole Dolphin Lover story, VH1 reports that Brenner talks about going into a five-year depression after Dolly the Dolphin died — a death he says was dolphin suicide when Dolly and Brenner broke up. After the dolphin relationship, Brenner has had two marriages and says he has also had sex with a dog, calling himself a “zoophile.” In the Dolphin Lover documentary, Brenner takes viewers on a visual journey back to 1971 to the Southwest coast of Florida, when little coastal towns still had silly little dolphin shows that entertained folks by having the dolphins jump through hoops, wear hats, and perform other tricks for their audiences. Dolphin Lover recalls the journey Malcolm Brenner underwent during that time, going from a college student who landed his first job to the “dolphin lover” that’s making him famous today.

Dolphin Lover, meanwhile, is drawing its fare share of critics.

[Image via Dolphin Lover, Macolm Brenner]

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