Dauphinville. That’s the name of a community of 250 people who live along the same coast of a Hawaiian island. They have a common background. One day they gave up everything to come and live with the dolphins. A sedentary population of between one and two thousand long-nosed dolphins lives around the island. Over twenty years humans and wild dolphins have developed games they play together. The ethnic Hawaiians, descended from Polynesians consider this an affront, because in their culture dolphins are seen as deities and it is forbidden to approach them. Some militants also object to these daily swims.