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Beyond the Myth: A Film About Pit Bulls and Breed Discrimination (2010)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 12 June 2010 (USA)
Beyond the Myth is a film about dogs commonly referred to as "pit bulls" and those who love and defend these breeds. It explores the contributing factors behind the public's generalized ... See full summary »

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Beyond the Myth is a film about dogs commonly referred to as "pit bulls" and those who love and defend these breeds. It explores the contributing factors behind the public's generalized fear of "pit bulls," and examines the conflict existing between advocates and opponents of breed discriminatory laws, as carried out in three cities that ban pit bull-type dogs: Denver, Miami, and Cincinnati-along with San Francisco, which requires the animals to be spayed and neutered. Written by Libby Sherrill

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Don't Judge Me By The Way I Look

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Strong For You
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Written by Kimber Cleveland and Doug Frasure
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Produced in Nashville, TN by Scott Gerow
Under license of Cover Y'all Productions Inc.
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Great Movie very educational
21 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

I am a lover of the pit bull breed and spend countless hours working, rescuing, protesting, and fighting due to the plight of one of America's most precious breeds. Formerly AMERICA'S Family Dog, these dogs have all but been exterminated due to the people who fight them and abuse them. The film promotes the pit bull and the BSL that is of great concern to any bully breed type dog. This is a very educational film. I highly recommend it. The film is of high quality and it tells of the plight of this very dear breed of dog. What is being said is this, "If you ban the pit bull, what do you ban next?" This film invokes one to think of what allowing the specific banning of certain breeds could one day turn into. Any dog that the media portrays as dangerous, and brain washes its viewers/readers to believe is a potential candidate for BSL.


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