This movie will make you think about your eating habits! Should you watch it or not? It’s your decision. Should you eat dead animals or not? It’s your decision.
It’s 2067, the UK is vegan, but older generations are suffering the guilt of their carnivorous past. (Simon Amstell) asks us to forgive them for the horrors of what they swallowed.
This spoof piece of black humour parody is full of surreal moments, cookery, cooking – a cooking show – and food. It features vegetarian, vegan, animal welfare and animal rights issues.
Set in a utopian 2067, Carnage looks back at a time when human beings ate other animals.
For the young people of this time, the idea that their grandparents could have been complicit in a bloodbath of unnecessary suffering is wholly unimaginable.
The film aims to break the taboo around Britain’s animal eating past, whilst showing compassion for a generation, now seeking therapy to cope with the horror of their unthinkable actions. (…)
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