The Animals Film

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Time Out says

Who cares about cruelty to animals? You should, suggests this documentary narrated by Julie Christie, not just cranks and misty-eyed pet-lovers with more sentiment than sense, because it's a basic political issue as much as a moral/emotional one. Animal abuse means mega-profits for factory farming and pharmaceutics, but the final appeal is to naked self-interest rather than compassion: when life is held cheap, it's a small step from mutilating pigs in H-bomb tests today to annihilating people tomorrow. The film uses expressive montage to drive its points home with a raw and blistering anger that can't fail to move, even if you don't always entirely agree (or care to watch the screen).
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Release details

UK release:

1981

Duration:

136 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Victor Schonfeld, Myriam Alaux

Producer:

Victor Schonfeld, Myriam Alaux

Screenwriter:

Victor Schonfeld

Cinematography:

Kevin Keating

Editor:

Victor Schonfeld

Music:

Robert Wyatt, Julie Christie

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