2017 | 75min | SPAIN
Directed by Ed Antoja
Australian Premiere

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A fun, powerful, and thought-provoking look at the impact that humans have on the animal world.

Ed eats milk, and cheese, and… animals. He wears leather shoes and woollen jumpers. Ed is commissioned to make a documentary about the impacts of human lifestyles on the animal world.

Moving beyond pork chops and sausages, Ed quickly learns just how ubiquitous animal products are in our daily lives.

Teaming up with intelligent and compassionate vegans and following experts down the rabbit hole, Ed finds himself on the path to awakening.

But will this new found knowledge and understanding be enough to change his habits forever?

Produced by FAADA, an animal welfare organisation in Spain, and featuring international experts including Peter Singer, Melanie Joy, Mark Bekoff, Seteven Wise, and Patrik Baboumain, the film explores the ethics and our relationship with animals without the need for graphic and disturbing footage that is typical in similar films.


*This film has been exempt from classification and is restricted to people over 15 years. People under 15 must be accompanied by an adult.