The Trailer

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19 Responses to The Trailer

  1. I hope it becomes a feature film at the cinema such as Eat, Pray, Love or Julie & Julia, etc. All the best!

    • Shane Close says:

      From your mouth to God’s ears, Cheryl. I will even settle for touching or creating a change in a few people’s lives.

  2. akamat says:

    I can hardly wait to see this. Thank you for making it.

  3. Tracy says:

    I hope that your film makes it to Dubai, UAE where I am currently working or is available to purchase on DVD.

    Wishing you every success.

    • Shane Close says:

      Thanks, Tracy. I will do everthing I can to make it available to as wide an audience as possible. Please check back every once in a while to see the progress. You can also follow us on Twitter or Facebook to keep up to date.


  4. Good luck with the movie. I for one am keen to see it. I have been a vegetarian for well over 13 years for many reasons, healthy and the environment being the two most motivational reasons. And good luck with the rest of your meatless journey. Raw food, IMO, is absolutely delicious but it is a mind a shift to prepare food and eat that way, one which I am not prepared to do yet.

    I hope the movie will get worldwide distribution as I am based in Melbourne, Australia.

    Cheers – Zainil

    • Shane Close says:

      Thanks, Zainil!

      I have found msot people fall into one or more of 4 reasons for choosing a vegetarian diet; Social and moral issues, reigious issues, health and environmental issues. I feel they all hold merit and are equally important.

      Thanks again!


  5. Ivan Espinosa says:

    I salute, appluad, and support your efforts!!!!!

    Going vegan is the best thing that you can do for the planet, the environment, your health, and the animals — who suffer terribly simply to satisfy our conditioned tastes.

    I wish you all the best and I can’t wait to see your film!
    Live your values! Be the change! Go vegan!

    Warm Wishes,
    Ivan Espinosa
    Houston, TX

    • Shane Close says:

      Thanks, Ivan. I appreciate your kind words of support. I hope this film will cause people to take pause and re-think the vegetarian option on many levels.


  6. Beau says:

    Looking forward to seeing this movie! When is the expected release date?

  7. Diane Petykowski says:

    I can’t tell you how much I’m anticipating your film! I’m into my second (several yrs. each) attempt at becoming vegetarian, while still consuming poultry and seafood. What made me think chickens and turkeys are treated any less cruelly? It is clear that the ONLY way to get skeptics—and, believe it or not, haters of vegetarianism—to consider change is by exposing the TRUTH about meat processing from beginning to end. My love of, and respect for, animals takes precedence over enjoyment of meat meals and the “comfort” food that has been a part of my family’s life. It took pictures, video, testimony and documentation of shocking, filthy conditions and worse than “inhumane” treatment (sick, torturous ‘fun’ practices by employees) to educate me. So, the task is to grab the attention of ALL consumers who choose to remain in denial of where their meat comes from. We do not exist in colonial (and earlier) times when factory farms and bottom-line corporations hadn’t yet come in control, so the folks who assume that meat and animal products are safe and ‘homespun’ are deceived. Thank you for your efforts!!!

    • Shane Close says:

      Something I have come to realize over the course of making this film is that people move to a plant-based diet for many reasons. If one reason doesn’t sway a person, another one might. Take for example, someone who isn’t bothered by the inhumane treatment of animals (no comments necessary on this sentence, we all know how many people feel about this). That same person might be dealing with cholesterol issues. Health suddenly becomes their nudge toward vegetarianism. Or what about an environmentalist, similar to myself, who wasn’t aware of the environmental impact caused by ruminants. We are all focused on oil and plastics, but never methane production. This angle ends up being the nudge for others to rethink a vegetarian diet.

      Ultimately, pushing one agenda is akin to target marketing. You will hit some key people in your campaign, but the message will be lost on so many others. Make the message relevent to people’s lives and suddenly you have moved so many more to action.

      Thanks for your support, Diane!

  8. Diane Petykowski says:

    Shane, I agree totally. When I referred to “meat processing from beginning to end”, and the assumption by most that “meat and animal products are safe”, I was thinking about folks who aren’t necessarily interested in the ethics of humane treatment. All one need do is to self-educate (read “Eating Animals”; see “Food, Inc.”; even attempt to visit a factory farm; see “Meatless” the day it’s released!) to learn about the repercussions of eating commercially-processed animal products. Plant sanitation, antibiotics, hormones, etc. should be enough about which to be concerned.

  9. ely pugh says:

    please visit us at “ely’s to go…., food for a lighter footprint” in Youngstown, Ohio for free vegan food.
    thanks a million for doing this.

  10. Harish says:

    I wish everybody goes vegeterian in this world. This should include my wife too

  11. Jesse Mallon says:

    I’m doing a research project on vegetarianism, and i would like to use this documentary as a source. When will it be out?

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