“Meat the Truth” is a highly relevant film that draws good connections within the topic of livelihood and allows for sensible relevance to one’s own life. Well-researched and documented, it takes into account different perspectives in a previously undocumented method.
“Meat the Truth” is fluid, but the mental and sensory stimulation is limited. There is a clear transfer of knowledge and facts, although it feel under-explored. The influence of humans on the Earth as a whole through the consumption of animals is demonstrated through examples.
The film lacks in emotionality and makes no reference to the 'bigger picture‘. It expresses only a slightly active appreciation for natural diversity. “Meat the Truth“ appeals to self-responsibility, renounces maximum solutions and demonstrates clear initiative.
From a creative perspective, the film is lacking in unique visuals, scenery, editing and camera work. “Meat the Truth“’s cinematic strength is in its logical structure and well-fitting film music.
Classement par étoiles: 4 de 6
Données techniques et droits de performance
Direction:Karen Soeters, Gertjan Zwanikken
Production:Alalena, Claudine Everaert, Monique van Dijk Armor