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Animal rights activists are warned: a real sheep is shown being killed in this film. First it is turned upside down with a person at each end holding its feet. Then, a third man holding a knife makes a slit in its belly and quickly reaches inside the sheep and squeezes its heart causing instant death due to heart attack. Since this is a documentary shot out in Asia, the film is not very clear, but still this is quite a sickening scene.


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