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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.

Christopher Dillon Quinn
Natalie Portman

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Genres Documentary
Director Christopher Dillon Quinn
Writer Jonathan Safran Foer, Christopher Dillon Quinn
Stars Natalie Portman
Country China, USA, Germany, UK, India
Also Known As Zjadanie zwierzat
Runtime 1 h 34 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description 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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Wednesday, 11 Nov 2020 12:49

I haven't seen this movie in a long time, but I saw it on HBO (though I can't remember it was called "HBO" at the time, as I thought it was named "Mike Wallace"). At the time I had to read a book on history of the Seaboard for an exam. Anyway, this documentary about the Seaboard and then the Gulf War, basically has a lot of news clips from ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, etc., plus interviews with a lot of high-ranking officials, generals, admirals, etc. The summary is this: you got to get the hell out of the way of these crazy animal folks, but you can't leave them alone. Like the Spanish-American War, the Gulf War was an incredibly complex and bizarre war that was brought to the attention of the public because of the use of animals. Of course, when it comes to "what about the cats?" you know it is going to be something different from what is typically talked about. That is what this movie is about. The animals have to be looked at as well as the men, for what they were used for. What is interesting is to see what the animals say about what they saw in action. A lot of people in the audience were yelling in disgust, but there were lots of people who looked past this and were fascinated by what the animals said. The report that always gets mentioned is that dogs were being used to bait the Japanese. The animals themselves say it was a success. The animals are telling their stories, showing some really great footage of them doing things they couldn't do in the past. The report for this documentary was really good, the reporters were professional and not pushing their agenda, they did a really good job. They did a good job of finding a way to get the information out, though I would've liked to have seen some actual interviews with these people. I thought the ending was a bit cheesy. Most documentaries end with a brief report that ends with the happy news. But this movie just gave you the ending. It was kind of a dull ending. They could've at least given you more of the information about how the war started. You could tell that these animals were pretty emotional about what they were doing. This movie definitely keeps you interested in what is happening, and it tells you about what the men and animals were doing and how this war started.
Friday, 25 Sep 2020 07:02

I'm not really a fan of documentaries, and this was not a documentary by a film maker. But I'm happy to admit that this film is very well made. There is a real sense of authenticity about it, and the opinions expressed are quite legitimate. But it's clear that there's a bias to the point of being blatantly obvious. This is a relatively easy topic to criticize, especially when the subjects are major celebrities. It's hard to see how the subject could be "innocent" in these circumstances, and the whole thing has the air of being "pushed" at the expense of what is "true" in this case. But the way that the filmmakers do it, I'm almost compelled to do so. All I know is that it is not good for the subjects to be told that the very last thing they said was right. But at the same time, it is really hard to be objective when you're in the middle of a heated debate on this topic. It's not that the subjects did anything wrong. They are basically law school students who have the same convictions as everyone else. But what it is, is that it is made clear that they are just speaking in their own defense. It doesn't matter if they were "falsely accused". It is not at all clear that their actual innocence was a real issue. And it's very difficult to watch as a viewer who is sympathetic to the cause and doesn't want to believe what the film makers are saying. I'm also somewhat disheartened by the way that the filmmakers make the argument that it's somehow wrong to go after people on their lifestyle in a film like this. Sure, it's not entirely fair to go after someone based on what they eat. But there are a lot of other behaviors that are much more harmful to the public, and you don't have to say that all of them are wrong. The issue here is that it's not really a subject that has a lot of popular appeal, nor is it one that has been a topic that has a lot of credibility. So, by the way, these are my opinions. The subject has a lot of credibility, and you can't say that it's completely false.
Friday, 18 Sep 2020 05:17

I was living in the country in the 1970's. Now I am living in the country again and I have a job at a big studio where I work with films like Maleficent and now Eating Animals. The films I work on and the movies I make have a particular place in my heart. And for these films I have been part of, I have had the honor and privilege to work with such wonderful people as: the director, the actors, the production company, and many others. I have also had the honor and privilege of interviewing those individuals and having their stories to tell. I feel the same about Eating Animals. This is a film about how we eat and how we live and we will continue to do so for a long time. These people are living their lives while on set and filming. They speak about their own food, their bodies, and their ideas on what they should eat and what they should do. And the reason for their eating habits and what they do with their bodies, is that they think that is what the movie should be about. There is a theme in the film of how some of these people lived, what they did, and what they thought about their food. This theme is not negative or negative in any way. It is just a connection to what is happening around us in our everyday lives. We all eat and we all are influenced by what we eat, what we eat affects our lives and our choices. That is why it is important to have this movie in order to have that connection and help those people to be more aware of what they eat and what affects them. In the beginning of the film we see where the film is being shot and we see the various locations, with our "noise." But at the end we see that it was not like that. The filming locations were beautifully beautiful and we knew that the film was going to be about our choices. We all have choices to make about what we eat. When we eat we have an impact on our lives, and that is why it is important to have this movie. The movie gives a whole new look on how we eat, what affects us, what we eat, and what we do with our bodies and what it all means to us. The movie covers a lot of topics and has a special focus on many of the celebrities who are eating animals or having sex with animals. It is truly a must-see movie for everyone. It is a documentary about how we eat, how we eat affects us, and what it all means to us.

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