A truly compelling movie that challenges speciesism like never before.
What is it that makes this low-budget film so good? It certainly isn’t the quality of the filming. It’s Mark Devries’ brilliant role as a reporter who just keeps on challenging speciesism, particularly with reference to meat eating. He is like Socrates, constantly challenging people’s pre-conceived ideas and prejudices with a brilliant example of Socratic questioning. What he exposes is a worldwide society inflicting holocaustic suffering on billions of other sentient beings, the whole time, and yet being totally in denial of it and of being completely blinkered by the prejudice that is speciesism. He leaves no stone unturned, exposing again and again, the flaws in society’s logic about the way we treat animals.
3 thoughts on “Speciesism The Movie”
Animals are sentient beings !!! THEY HAVE FEELINGS THEY ARE AFRAID!! THEY FEEL FEAR!!! ARE YOU LISTENING!!!! YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO TREAT ANIMALS AS OBJECTS!!!
In every way that matters, we are the same!
Animals have all the same as we humans do! There is no difference! Why do humanity want to eat their flesh is mind boggling to be truthful! These are living beings who all want to live their lives as our creator intends them too!
Animals are like humans being! In every way that matters, we are the same!