One of the last movies of vacation. This movie, while interesting, was very plain. A lot of information, given by a calm, european narrator…with a “we are killing ourselves and the world” theme. I know, seems a little much. Had it been the first one of these movies I saw, I probably would have enjoyed it as background noise.
But it wasn’t.
It was the umpteenth one I saw. It scared me. I’ve been eating vegan for a while. A few occasional slips for a treat. And my one daily piece of fish. I know, that’s not very vegan – but the point is I have no dairy, eggs, poultry or other meat. Pescatarian doesn’t really match – since they are vegetarians who eat fish…but they usually have dairy and such as well. Anyway – this movie even scared me away from my sushi. NO! Not my sushi! I’m freaking out a little, and I just want to enjoy some sushi!!!
Anyway. The movie scared me a bit. It was like the culmination of everything I’ve been watching. OK, OK, OK, I’m going to eat Vegan. Bastards.