The End of Meat - New Vegan Documentary

The End of Meat is a new vegan documentary about how would the world look like in a post-meat world.

On the whole, The End of Meat presents a wide range of facts about the negative impact of meat. For this reason, the film makes a strong case for a global shift to a meat-free diet.

The documentary include interviews with scientists, philosophers, scientists and artists, as well as activists who offer their insight.

The director of the film is Marc Pierschel and this short video is the trailer of the film.

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