Since the release of the movie "Blackfish" in 2013, the tide is finally turning (in the US), against the inhumane practice of holding orcas captive for the purpose of public entertainment and profits. The documentary goes behind the scenes to reveal the truth of the hell on earth, life-experience of captive orcas, from the moment of capture, to the deprived and forced unnatural lifestyle they are subjected to in marine parks. The central character of the documentary is Tilikum, a 12,000 pound giant, formerly from the Icelandic seas, kidnapped in 1983 at the age of two years from his mother, by human predators. His life was destined to become an absurd and cruel reality, housed in a concrete pool, turning tricks for marine park audiences, a life far removed from his family pod in far-reaching seas. Nearly three decades later, Tilikum would become known for his killer instinct, singled out in the death of three persons in separate incidents, at Sealand of the Pacific, British Columbia, and at SeaWorld, Orlando, Florida, his current home, which could be viewed, as a natural consequence of his deep-seated mental and physical frustration after years of being held captive. Inherently wild and aggressive, Tilikum was displaying a natural tendency, for his type.