Meat

Meat

Meat

This New Zealand film shines a light on the animals we eat and what goes on behind the supermarket shelves, told from the perspectives of three farmers and a hunter. From the executive producers of Werner Herzog classics Grizzly Man and Encounters at the End of the World.

2017Rating: M, Animal slaughter76 minsNew Zealand
Documentary
Director:
David White ('Oink', 'I Kill')
Writer:
David White

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Meat / Reviews

Flicks, Paul Casserly

Flicks, Paul Casserly

“Let’s watch a film about meat and chill.” A hard sell as a date movie perhaps but Meat is full of surprises. What I can promise is that you will be moved by this charming document of three New Zealand farmers (pig, sheep, chooks) and a hunter. I know I was.

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Stuff

Stuff

...things do get a little gruesome for those with sensitive stomachs, but Meat feels like it takes a more balanced approach to a polarising topic than most.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

[offers] a short and well-balanced discussion on a controversial subject that is relevant to everyone; making it worthy viewing for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike.

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Newsroom

Newsroom

There's a humanity on show here that's showcased in the intricacy of the connections within and the worlds that collide.

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