Once upon a time, whales had no voice. Their eerie whale songs silenced by fleets of propellers from harpoon ships. Whales had no place, no identity, marginalised to the periphery due to capitalist systems that disregard callous acts for the pursuit of commodities to supply our ever growing desires. Whales, seen as no more than mere objects for growth of the capitalist economy. This film enacts and embodies how we (or I, subjecting my own body, as did whales), may develop tools to interrogate dominant narratives and identities that are oppressive in nature ensuring that the ‘other’ have a voice for expression. Presented for my research into my dissertation at UCT. Film uses archival, live, animation and physical subjection to the camera.