Uno de los documentales mas perturbadores que existen, impactante, basado en footage" nos lleva en un viaje del abuso de los humanos sobre las distintas especies animales para su uso en la ciencia, los cosmeticos, los alimentos como mascotas etc.
The comparison of Holocaust victims with animals killed at slaughterhouses is insulting. The film uses doubtful methods of reasoning with the main of them being shock, which is more of the characteristic of a propaganda movie than a documentary one. I haven't found any inner discussion in it as well as any more or less serious attempts to fathom animal psychology and perception of pain/suffering.
Gentiles only want to mention the Holocaust when it benefits them - they don't care about modern antisemitism or Jews unless they can use it in their arguments as a shock factor. Honestly, this documentary provides very little other than propaganda to shock the viewer into agreement. In a documentary your argument has to be more than that.
This documentary is one big compilation of raw (undercover) video footage showing animals being gruesomely abused in all related industries. I believe that, without passing judgment on people, we should all take responsibility and watch this, to educate ourselves about how our consumption causes countless animals to suffer and die horrific deaths every day, and try to do the respectable thing, which is to go vegan.