Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret
Documentary • 2014 • 1 hr 30 min
Meat is murder … scarier than most horror movies
Makes you reflect on some important issues you may haven't thought about before.
Awesome documentary, it really changed my life and way of thinking
Life changer. Not for everyone I guess but still watch worthy.
I actually watched Seaspiracy before seeing this one, so it wasn’t as impactful for me. Still, it was an insightful, eye opening documentary
I just... Thought about being vegan but a barbecue is just so good
A documentary that was so good that it almost (and honestly should have) made me vegan.
Great expose on the inherent cruelty of the meat and dairy industries
Eyeopening look into animal agriculture and it’s impacts. One big takeaway: animals cannot be farmed sustainably. Give this a watch!
Very well made, it is not a you must be a vegan movie it is a why it is eco not to eat as much meat.
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