This short film unveils the truth behind the veil of a culture that perpetuates the holocaust of animals for personal gain, with its center on the fur trade as a paradigm of a larger nemesis permeating our world.
Documentary Film Series by Kathleen Lowson. Does not show graphic images, but does reflect the reality of the fur trade. Footage shot in Canada and China, highlighting the Canadian seal hunt and the China cat and dog fur trade. The global fur trade takes the lives of over 100 MILLION animals per year, including man's best friend and feline companion. This count does not include rabbits, which the UN reports to be at least 1 BILLION killed for their skin every year.
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.
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"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 film 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." - D.D.
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