Vegan: Everyday Stories - Film Review

Vegan: Everyday Stories is a new documentary sharing the lives of several remarkably different people.
 

Vegan: Everyday Stories is a documentary sharing the lives of several remarkably different people who share a common thread – they’re all vegan. It shows very clearly that vegans are not all the stereotypical hippies living in 1970s Volkswagens, but simply compassionate individuals willing to change their lifestyle to aid less fortunate beings.

The movie begins with a woman named René, an aspiring country singer who lives with her fourth generation cattle farming husband. As a generic country girl, she loves eating meat. However, one day a chicken on her farm became injured. René, being the compassionate woman she is, decided to nurse the hen back to health. As she was bandaging this chickens leg, she realized that this beautiful sentient animal that she had developed a relationship with would eventually be killed. She felt compelled to go vegan and even convinced her husband to turn the farm into an animal sanctuary; and it is now a regular venue for vegan festivals!

Another story from the film was that of a little girl, Genesis. At the age of just four years old, Genesis learned that the same animals she sees out of the car window are also on her plate at home. This realization immediately prompted her to adopt a vegan lifestyle and now, at eight years old, Genesis is a very inspiring young activist. Not only has she convinced her family of six to go vegan, but she spends her spare time handing out leaflets at the beach and giving short, but very cute, speeches at public events.

The film also traces the personal journeys of two other people; an ultramarathon runner as well as a plant based food truck owner. It also includes interviews with others, including a vegan professional American football player as well as a plant based medical doctor. Through doing this, the film effectively destroys the stigma around veganism and proves that vegans can be as accomplished as anyone else. The only difference is that they hold consistent beliefs when it comes to the treatment of animals.

I would recommend this film to anyone with any shred of good in their heart. It might just open their eyes to something they’ve never seen before.

Please consider supporting this movie with a tax-deductible donation at: http://veganmovie.org/donate

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Kaden is a passionate animal rights activist, writer, graphic designer and cyclist.

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