This 70 minute HBO documentary profiles animal rights leader Ingrid Newkirk, founder of activist group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Though interviews with Newkirk, as well as with her peers at PETA, the film explores how the animal rights advocate came to believe so strongly in the humane treatment of all creatures. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi
This is an amazing movie that you will get a lot out of. The story is fascinating, and treatment seems so true to life. After seeing this, you will think about how animals in this country are treated in a whole new way. A bonus is that it was done by neutral folks, so whatever your thoughts on PETA, there will be parts of the film you agree with.
This movie will leave you thinking about how cruel a human being can be to animals especailly with the last seen. It also lets us know that its up to us to make the change one person at a time.This movie is a must see for any animal lover.
I wish there were more people in the world like Ingrid. She is a brave soul who cares deeply for those who cannot speak up for themselves. She is an angel to those she is able to help. This documentary opened my eyes to things I had always feared could happen to animals in this cruel world. Some things very painful to watch, however good to know for those of us who care. Better to be educated and aware than blind and ignorant. Thank you, Ingrid.