The End of Meat reveals the hidden impact of meat consumption; explores the opportunities and benefits of a shift to a more compassionate diet; and raises critical questions about the future role of animals in our society.
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The End of Meat is a feature documentary that explores the idea of a post-meat world. It will include interviews with philosophers, scientists, artists and activists who offer their insight and progressive ideas about the role of animals in our society.
Agenda driven, I'll be polite and not say it's loaded with lies, but say "misinformation", instead.
I've watched several of this type of "documentary" lately, and they would be alright if presented just as an alternate lifestyle, but they're meant to change everyone's eating preference to be like theirs.
Our teeth are "omnivore" ie we eat everything lol, not grass grazers.
Also, if meat was so bad, why do vegans so often make their food imitate the taste of meat?!
Ultimately, the same vegan fanaticism, you won't learn anything new with this one.
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