CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can't Speak (trailer)
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CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can't Speak 

This precedent-setting film will unveil the spiritual truth behind the veil of a culture that perpetuates the holocaust of animals for personal gain, with its center on the fur trade.  Its pure intent is to probe into the deeper level of the psyche, so that the nemesis can be healed.  

This film speaks the voice of truth for those who cannot speak for themselves. It does not rely on gruesome images as a means to convey the message, but it does reveal the reality.  

If we cannot witness inhumanity, we cannot empower humanity, and we fail as a “human” species. If we are not willing to hear their cries or experience their terror, then we are not willing to bear witness to the truth, which is the only path to redemption and transformation.

This film is one that needs to be made, for it would be a tragedy of epic proportions to passively consent to the silence of mass murder for profit and self-aggrandizement.

Without our voice, the animals have no voice.


THANK YOU on behalf of the animals and humanity on our planet.

Kathleen Lowson
Director, Writer, Producer

CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can’t Speak









"A revealing new film explores the psychological and spiritual factors that contribute to animal cruelty in the fur industry. Rather than merely covering tales of brutality, Cry of the Innocent: The Voices that Can't Speak interprets from the "soul perspective" in an attempt to explore the underlying source of animal abuse and the subsequent disconnection in society.  As Lowson has stated: "The power of respect will change our world" - respect for ourselves and respect for life." - National Geographic News Watch


"The innocent in the title of Lowson's movie are the estimated 50 million animals that are slaughtered annually for their fur for the sake of fashion... Lowson doesn't follow the temptation to communicate her message with stark visuals.  Instead, she takes the more sensitive road. Lowson has recently released her film trailer in an effort to bring attention to what she believes are the deeper implications of the killing of animals for fur, and to raise funding for the completion of her film." - Chicago Examiner

"Extraordinary…a brave and vitally important piece of work." - A.M.

"Very tastefully done...gets the point across without turning anyone away." - T.W.

"Riveting!!" - D.T.

"Wow, powerful and gripping!" - J.S.

"I hope God counted my tears. This is an excellent video to Truth." - D.C.

"Really powerful! Very well done! - J.W.

"Wow!!! This is amazing! Really, really good." - T.H.

"Very deeply affecting... and will succeed in raising consciousness. This film is going to be big.” - D.D.
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