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Eating Animals

Eating Animals is a movie starring Natalie Portman. An examination of our dietary choices and the food we put in our bodies. Based on Jonathan Safran Foer's memoir.

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Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Christopher Dillon Quinn
Writer
Jonathan Safran Foer, Christopher Dillon Quinn
Actors
Natalie Portman
Country
Germany, USA, China, India, UK
Year
2017
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An examination of our dietary choices and the food we put in our bodies. Based on Jonathan Safran Foer's memoir.

Comments about documentary «Eating Animals» (14)

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Amy

I am sick of the "Vietnam Vet" media that demonizes vets as animal eaters. This is a common tactic used by vets, but it is totally inaccurate. Many vets have no problem with dogs and cats. We are experts in animal care, but don't hate on the vets. We are not animals. We are human. We are doctors and teachers, and can go to school, and work in the community, and make a difference in the world. It is just unfortunate that the media demonizes vets like they do vets of other countries. This documentary addresses the reality of vets and makes it clear that there is no demonization of vets. I am glad to see more vets from other countries come to see this documentary. This documentary would have been a great benefit to vets. I am glad that vets are being recognized for their work in many parts of the world.

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Julia

I've never been so moved by a movie in my life. I'm a human being, and I can relate to all the stories, so it was really great to see the human aspect of the movie. I think it's a movie that I will be watching again and again. I know that this is not the kind of movie that a lot of people will be into, but I really enjoyed it and I hope that everyone can relate to it. It was a great movie, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Nicholas

A disturbing and provocative look at the impacts of the meat industry on the animals themselves, and on the people who eat them. This documentary focuses on the cruelty that animals suffer when they are used for food. The documentary goes into the details of how animals are treated and how it affects the people who eat them. The documentary features interviews with many people who are concerned about the animals' welfare. It also gives a very personal look at how animals are treated when they are raised and killed. A very important film to be seen by anyone who cares about animals.

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Barbara

You can tell that these people love their animals, but what do you do when you have the opportunity to come into contact with an animal who is being mistreated, abused, abused, neglected, starved, abused, abandoned? This film is like the next step in the process, an awareness for every animal out there who has a little chance at survival. It's one of those films that I would watch again and again, because it's an inspiring story and it's all about the people that come together to help these animals. I also think that this film is about a little girl who had a pet pig, and how she wanted to help her pet pig. I really hope that people would watch this film and then go out and help these animals. There are animals that need a lot of help and this film is trying to tell that story. I would highly recommend this film.

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Brittany J.

We're all guilty of eating animals. But is it so bad? If you have a family or friends that do, think about what they think about you. You could do a lot of good by just letting them know that you eat animals. It can be a simple act of kindness, but what about when it's not about just being kind to other animals. And it's not always the same species. Are you aware of the fact that the cows in the video are actually human? Not only do they have a family, but they're also made into beef. They're made into meat for us. But they don't have a family. It's hard to watch when you know that your family members are being made into meat. You can feel their pain, and you can feel the desire for your family to stop the slaughter of animals. But don't forget that you're the reason that these animals are being slaughtered. You need to stand up against the animal rights organizations and animal exploitation groups. You can stop this from happening. "The Killing of an Animal" is a powerful and well-made documentary that will make you want to talk to your friends and family about animal rights. Although it does a good job of making the point that there is no food that's produced without the suffering of the animals, it is a good story that is worth telling.

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Sharon A.

This is a very good documentary about a subject that I have never been to that has had so much negative publicity and hype. I had heard of a documentary about dolphins eating, but I never had any reason to expect it to be as compelling as this one. This is the kind of documentary that anyone would love. I loved it. It is inspiring, interesting, and there are many people who agree with me on this point. It is hard to get through to people in this world, but the film is just so good. It's the kind of film that can make people think. It's the kind of film that people need to see. This is what documentaries are all about. I also recommend watching "The Cove", which is an amazing documentary about the lives of dolphins. And then I recommend "From the Ground Up", another excellent documentary about dolphin life. I really liked all three of these documentaries, but "The Cove" is the best. It's so incredible and so well-made. It's worth seeing.

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Jonathan P.

A very informative, fascinating, and entertaining documentary that answers questions about eating animals and raising them. It touches on some very important issues including the quality of life of the animals, their condition, their behavior, and their ability to communicate and interact with humans. In addition, it shows how we can make a difference in our world by becoming aware of our contribution to the problem. The film's main message is that there are both good and bad aspects to killing animals and it's up to us to make a choice between killing them and not killing them. The film offers a strong ethical message that goes beyond the usual, emotional moralistic stuff. For instance, there is a scene where an animal is getting killed and the question of whether the animal should be euthanized is considered. Instead of using the usual moral argument, the film gives a powerful reason why it's not a moral decision to kill an animal. The film's most powerful message is the idea that it's up to us to change our behavior and stop killing animals.

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Walter

I read the comments here and I am amazed at how many people have been upset by this film. You can find dozens of films with similar messages about the way that man has treated the planet over the past several decades. But this one really gets to the heart of the issue. The film does not focus on the sensationalism of this issue, as many reviewers seem to be trying to do, but rather on the humanity that is missing in this planet. And to see the most influential figure on our planet at the top of the film making these statements about the world as it is and the need for everyone to do something about it is something that needs to be acknowledged. He's wrong and he's not going to change the world. But what he can do is inspire a lot of people to look at their actions in a more humanitarian way. He's also a man who has not given up on humanity. He is the last person on earth who can do that. I think he has an amazing talent and I'm sure there are people in the world who can learn from him. I believe that this film can do that. The film has done a good job in informing people about the issues and at the same time conveying the message that there is a lot of good that can be done. The fact that people can see what a horrible planet we live on is something that is extremely important. I think it's a brilliant film that should be seen by people in a global society. A must see film. It has certainly moved me. It's a documentary and that is what is needed for us to get to the root of the problem. I also think that people who find it boring and uninteresting should not miss out on it. It is a very important film that should be seen by everyone. We need to learn about how our actions affect the environment and how we can make a difference.

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Willie

This documentary is very hard to watch. This is the first documentary that I have ever seen that talks about eating animals. I have been vegetarian for over 20 years, but my dad and I talk about it every single day. We have never stopped to think that he's wrong, and I am so proud of him. The way that he treats his animals, and what he sees that he is not allowed to see, is amazing. In this film, the director does an amazing job of giving a personal look into the lives of some of the animals who are raised for food. The scenes are shot very realistically, and the interviewees are excellent. I hope that people will take the time to see this film. If you don't feel comfortable talking about the subject, I suggest that you don't watch it.

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Brian Wilson

We recently purchased a half dozen chickens for our flock and we couldn't be more pleased. They are so fluffy, and easy to raise and look so darn cute! The more you watch this documentary the more you love them. I'm definitely going to buy a bunch of chickens for my own flock and see what I can do to feed them. Go get your friends to buy them and bring them home! We are glad we got them!

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Christine Silva

I saw Eating Animals on March 15th, 2013, and was immediately drawn into the story of what I was seeing. I could feel the pain and suffering of the people that had to endure this documentary. And I was shocked at how much is actually hidden in this story. And it was refreshing to see that the people in this documentary were really just like the people that they portray, and it was almost like a documentary on how people are dealing with the traumas of war. This documentary was also a beautiful tribute to these people. I can't wait to see more of this type of documentary!

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Amanda

I found this documentary to be extremely fascinating and enlightening. It is definitely worth watching. The reason I like it so much is that the way they describe what happens to animals in a factory farm is extremely disturbing. It gives a much better idea of the atrocities that go on behind the closed doors of the factory farms. It is also a great insight into the lives of factory farmers and how they manage their businesses. The documentary is well-produced, with some great interviews with the people involved in the operations of the factory farms and their struggles to keep the animals alive and fed. I also liked the fact that it shows how animals are raised and processed and that they are often killed and mutilated without even being told what is going on. It is a powerful documentary that I highly recommend.

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Joan

There are a lot of documentaries out there, that actually have more facts than most of the movies that I've seen in the last few years. Eating Animals is an example of this. You need to see it and make up your own mind, but I can say this about it: I watched it in a school with a 6 year old and a 13 year old, and there were no kids in the group. The kids were so into it, and the way they talk and act is so real. This is not a documentary, it's not for kids, it's for adults. The thing that stood out to me was that all of the kids were so into the movie, and they never broke character or talked about other things. The whole movie just went by. I think that people need to take a look at this, especially when the kids are really into it. They have a different point of view, and it is something that should be respected. All the characters are real and the message is there, but for some people, it can be hard to swallow.

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Jeffrey G.

My favorite thing about this documentary is the brilliant, poignant, and very realistic way in which it's presented. It's one of those documentaries you just have to see and it's always going to be a part of your life. I remember going to the cinema with my friend to watch it in 2009 and I was floored. I never really saw anything like it before and it was really a huge deal for me. I've been telling everyone about this documentary for years. Now that I've seen it for the first time again, I have to say it's not bad at all. The thing I really loved about it is the way the camera kept moving around and the way the documentary was filmed. It really helped make the documentary feel real. This documentary is definitely worth seeing. But as I said, it's a documentary you just have to see and it's always going to be a part of your life.