I’m not big on watching documentaries, but there are some offerings you would be all the poorer for if you missed out on them. That is how I felt about “My Octopus Teacher” on Netflix.
At the time of writing this review, it was sitting at number 4 on the streaming platforms Top 10 in South Africa Today list.
Viewers who have already seen “My Octopus Teacher”, which was filmed in Cape Town, have been sharing their sentiments on various social platforms.
The documentary chronicles the unusual bond that forms between Craig Foster, who is the director and co-founder of the Sea Change Project, when he stumbles upon an octopus while on his usual daily dive in the Atlantic Ocean.
He summed it up beautifully when he said: “It was very difficult, at first, to imagine she was getting anything out of the relationship. Why would a wild animal, doing …