Rate Points :5.0
Binding :VHS Tape
Lowest Price :$24.86USD
Customer ReviewsA Conversation with Koko
Rating Point :5 Helpful Point :33
A truly inspiring story of a breakthrough in communication between species - and the special friendship that has developed as a result. A must see for animal lovers and teachers - especially teachers and users of the American Sign Language for the Deaf. It is incredible, heartwarming and fun to watch this relationship unfold - and even more amazing to see the depth of emotion demonstrated by Koko and her gorilla companions. Wait until you see their paintings! A great video for any age group that appreciates animals as the intelligent creatures they obviously are - and an eye opener for anyone who doesnt!
Very Touching Tale of Some amazing Beings
Rating Point :5 Helpful Point :5
Wow! What a great video! Koko and Michael are amazing gorillas and their respective stories are very touching and endearing. The part where Michael (One of the gorillas) reveals his memories of seeing his parents killed by poachers is very powerful and you can see the emotion and scars in the beautiful beings eyes. Anyone who does not have compassion for gorillas and all beings after viewing the video, does not have a heart or soul. Must have video!
Incredible! You will not believe it!
Rating Point :5 Helpful Point :15
KOKO is a real 450 lb gorilla that is 28 years old (1999) and has leaned sign language and can communicate with her trainer in almost a complete conversation. She can express various emotions and she even asked her trainer for a pet kitten which she has and is very careful and lovong with. A must see for any animal lover!
Conversation with Koko
Rating Point :5 Helpful Point :16
This is the most amazing animal story have ever made. The fact that we can communicate with another species is magical. Koko tells us that Gorillas can feel pain and love and grief. Gorillas actually communicate with each other in sign language, thats why this was so easy for Koko. If we could only communicate with every species like this, we might realize that ALL species have a right to live on this earth in freedom and happiness, not just the human race. Michael, Kokos gorilla companion, actually remembers his mother being murdered in the jungle. Join the Gorilla Foundation and help save the Gorillas! Everyone should see this film.