“Eating Animals” is not a preachy, militant vegan documentary, but rather an affectionate and thoughtful examination of traditions that helped build this country in the early days: actual farms with actual farmers raising livestock naturally, rather than pumping antibiotic after antibiotic into our food production system as we barrel toward superbugs we can’t control.Produced and narrated by notable vegan Natalie Portman and directed by Christopher Dillon Quinn from novelist Jonathan Safran Foer’s memoir, “Eating Animals” may be the most important documentary that screened this year at the Telluride Film Festival, though it could be hard to get audiences across America to watch it.
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