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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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1 hours 34 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Christopher Dillon Quinn
Jonathan Safran Foer, Christopher Dillon Quinn
Natalie Portman
China, Germany, India, UK, USA
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Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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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» (13)

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A documentary about food, not politics, but about our food and the way it is produced and consumed. I recommend this movie for people who have an interest in food and food products. The focus of the movie is about the food industry, the lobbyists who make sure that our food products are kept safe and healthy, and the people who live in and work in the food industry. The most revealing part of the movie is when one of the main characters, Ed Smith, a single dad, is explaining his family's struggle with a food crisis. I will not go into detail about the story, but if you are interested in food, and want to know more about the industry and the people who are in it, this is a good movie.

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Ruth D.

The main problem with documentaries about the 'naturist' lifestyle is that they don't really tell us a lot about it. This film has got that problem covered: it talks about 'naturism', 'naturism' and 'naturism'. It explains the theory of naturism (among other things), it gives examples of people who have been involved in 'naturism' (including a pregnant woman who has had her clothes taken off by a naturist group, a couple who were discovered to be 'naturists' during the filming of a documentary about naturism, etc.) and it gives many real examples of naturists. Also, it shows the big differences between naturism and the mainstream 'norm', the major points of difference between the naturist lifestyle and the mainstream 'norm' and the big things that naturists have to live by, and other things. You may not agree with everything the film says, but you'll understand it a lot better. If you are a naturist or just interested in the naturist lifestyle, you should watch this film. It gives a lot of information and is very interesting.

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This is a documentary that shows us that many people with different lifestyle preferences get along and actually form a bond, however, there are many people in our society that don't, and it's hard to know if it's just a lifestyle choice or if it's someone's life that they're unhappy with. This film shows us that sometimes we have to just let go and let go and trust in the people that we love, even if it means letting go of our own habits, but most of all, trust in God, and in people. This documentary really brings us a different perspective on many things, and it's really great to see someone take a new perspective on what he or she lives.

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I was looking for this documentary for a long time and I have always loved all of Kusturica's work. I got lucky and bought this DVD a while back and I have been looking forward to watching it ever since. It's almost impossible to find documentaries that are truly as raw and honest as this one. This film is a must see for anyone that has ever been in the same situation that Kusturica went through and for anyone who has ever been in a similar situation in their life. It's sad that this situation has to be hidden for so many people. The filmmakers portray a very different life of what it is like to be a teenager and not knowing how to survive. It's heartbreaking that so many young people have to suffer for so long to not know how to survive on their own. I would recommend this film to anyone that wants to see a truly raw and real documentary.

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Hannah Lynch

This documentary is well worth watching. It is based on a film by the director himself, and it shows us what goes on behind the scenes of a documentary. A good thing, because there are some scenes in the documentary that are quite disturbing. Also, I would say that if you are a fan of animal-rights, you should check this documentary out.

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I am pleased to say that this is the first time I have had the privilege to see "Dogs in the House". In my opinion, "Dogs in the House" was a very good documentary that, in my opinion, shows the true impact of pets on our family and our community. It is a story that we all should know, but unfortunately most people just don't know it. It is one of those stories that is lost in the shuffle of the normal cat vs. dog and the media's attention to the story. It is a good story and I think that everyone who has pets should see this movie. We all need to know that there are many, many pets who need our help and care, and not just the big dogs who have been there for our family for decades. "Dogs in the House" shows the true impact of pets on our families and our communities.

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Margaret W.

I saw this at the San Diego Film Festival, and it's a good documentary about food and the people who make it. The film also gets into the politics of the American food industry, and it's all fascinating. I highly recommend it. There's a great quote at the end of the film, when a guy is asked what he would do if he had to eat meat. He says, "I would be like Bill Gates. I would invent a better protein. I would invent a better plant." Watch it!

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Carl Gilbert

This documentary from 2008, about a Swedish woman who eats animals in order to survive, is a must see for anyone who is concerned about global warming. The woman, who goes by the name Sigrid Krabbendam, lives in Sweden and has an almost uncanny ability to survive on plant foods and a limited diet of animal products. For instance, she can survive on cabbage, cauliflower, cauliflower leaves, and the animal's intestines and remains. What is truly remarkable is how she does this. She is able to digest the food completely, and produce such a large amount of bowel movements in one night, that she almost doesn't need food. The documentary is well done, as you can really see the woman's dedication to this self preservation, and the results of her efforts are so spectacular. Some of her food consumption is even shocking, such as the fact that she can survive on a single banana. The documentary itself is very interesting and informative, but it doesn't contain any real information about why Sigrid has been doing this for so many years, as the documentary itself has a little bit of a history and background on the subject. The documentary is well made and it is definitely a documentary worth watching. It is definitely worth seeing, but it is not for everyone. Those who are not interested in global warming should probably skip it.

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This movie is about a group of polar bears who were stranded on an island. They eat a lot and they love to swim and play in the water. It's quite interesting how these animals handle things. They find their way to the mainland and are saved by some fishermen. One of the fishermen is a big fan of the animals. He tries to raise them as his pets. This movie is very important because it shows how animals are important and why they should be protected. It's a good movie and I recommend it to people who are interested in animals.

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The science behind animal agriculture is still the topic of discussion in our culture. We're always on the fence about whether to buy or farm a certain animal. If we buy, we may not have the full range of health and welfare benefits that animal farming provides. If we farm, we often don't have the full range of benefits that animal farming provides. An interesting documentary from the film crew of the documentary "Going Organic" reveals the real-life dangers of animal farming. If you're interested in animal farming and the issues surrounding it, this documentary is a good introduction to the topic. If you're not interested in animal farming or animal welfare, you may want to skip this documentary.

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Bacon the God is the mascot of the American Pork Institute, which is basically an arm of the National Pork Producers. I guess, if you're a fan of pork, you probably are, and if you don't, well, then there's nothing to worry about. Like with most pork industry films, this one is kind of like an advertisement for the industry itself. The story involves a woman named Jennifer, who comes to the U.S. to get the love of her life, so that she can eventually become a full-time pork grower. That doesn't seem too big of a deal, but, it's actually pretty big of a deal. According to the Institute, nearly half of all U.S. households are involved in the pork industry, and it's not a pretty business. She ends up having to stop working as a cook, and make a living as a full-time employee. Her fellow workers are the most important thing in her life. You can tell that the people in this film are all kind of disinterested in the bacon industry. And, the majority of people are more interested in eating meat than being a part of the pork industry. You'll be hard pressed to find any love story that really captivates the audience. Most of the people interviewed for this film seem to be living a life of "hard work and hope." That's not really the way I would describe the pork industry. In this film, you can see the people who are very passionate about the pork industry, and not very enthusiastic about what they're doing. There's a few scenes in the film that really bother me. One example is when Jennifer's friend Carol gets married. Carol's husband is like a complete jerk. His wife, who is also a cook, even says to Jennifer, "You're such a bitch, you should never have any man in your life." And, the end of the film shows us some of the other things that the man does to his wife. The film is kind of depressing, but, it does a good job at telling the audience that the pork industry is not a pretty, successful, business. I don't think you have to have any love for the pork industry to enjoy this film. I think you just have to be interested in watching a documentary about the pork industry. I also think that people who like documentaries should see this movie. I think that if you're not interested in watching a documentary about the pork industry, this film isn't for you. This film is definitely worth seeing. You can either find it on DVD or on Netflix. And, if you find it, you should definitely buy it. It's a good film to see.

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Sandra Guerrero

I grew up watching movies like this, so when I saw this movie I was curious about it. I didn't expect it to be as good as it was. I was so pleased with this documentary that I watch it a couple of times a week. One of my favorite parts is the children's reaction to the behavior of the parents. It's just amazing to see how far kids will go to make money, and how much they will sacrifice. It's also very interesting to see how animal rights activists use animal testing in their cause. What I really enjoyed about this documentary is that it shows a different side to the problem, and it shows a lot of other issues that are faced by animals in our world. It shows the prejudice that people have against animals, and the way that people try to hide it. It also shows that there are many, many animals that are suffering and being abused, and we have to do something about it. It's a must watch for anyone interested in animal rights, and it is just a really good documentary that I recommend for everyone.

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Olivia Young

*Warning* This is a disturbing documentary. I have a very hard time believing that some of the people who were interviewed would consider this footage to be "the truth" and it would be shocking enough to wake the average viewer. This documentary was shot in the summer of 2006. I'm sure it will not be long before the internet and internet culture will turn the public into a culture of fear and ignorance. I hope this documentary is a wake up call to the rest of us.