Speciesism: You’ll never look at animals the same way again, especially humans

Written by Elena Johnson

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That’s what Speciesism: The Movie promises viewers with its entertaining and informative examination of factory farms.

Here’s what monthly columnist for Scientific American had to say after seeing the film:

“When I entered the theater to see Mark Devries’s film Speciesism: The Movie I was a speciesist. When I came out I could no longer justify the treatment of animals with any rational arguments because they were all demolished in this brilliant and compelling film. The intellectual debate over speciesism is now over. …  It’s the best of the animal rights documentaries.” 

Director Mark Devries takes the audience on a sometimes funny, sometimes frightening adventure, crawling through the bushes that hide factory farms, flying in airplanes above their toxic “manure lagoons,” and coming face-to-face with their owners. The film features interviews with and undercover footage from Compassion Over Killing, along with other organizations, as Mark investigates what the term “speciesism” truly means. Read COK’s interview with Mark to learn more about the film.

SPECIAL OFFER: COK is excited that we’re now able to offer you a chance to see — and own (so you can share it with others) — this powerful film for half off the regular price.  But hurry — this special price is only available through June 30 (or until supplies last)!

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