In Peace We Trust. This documentary shows us how animal rights and human rights & the environment are all related. And the diverse effects that they have on each other and the planet. We ...
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In Peace We Trust. This documentary shows us how animal rights and human rights & the environment are all related. And the diverse effects that they have on each other and the planet. We are all inter-connected and part of the whole, so why would we want to hurt another living being that is a part of us? I Am You. Narrated by Academy Award winner Forest Whitaker and featuring Jimmy Carter, Maneka Gandhi and Harold Ramis among others.Written by
We are One Directed by Kevin Mukherji. With Forest Whitaker, Harold Ramis, Jimmy Carter, Madeline Bernstein. In Peace We Trust.
Filmmaker Kevin Mukherji shows how animal rights, human rights and the environment are all related.
I am an Indy filmmaker. I love making movies and love watching movies. I have seen many movies based on a true story! But watching the documentary about humans rights and animal rights will get you thinking!
This shows the injustice to animals. I am a die hard meat eater. But I can really show compassion now towards animal cruelty.
Kevin Mukherji really did his homework and makes a very detailed , fact filled analyzation of cruelty to animals.
This is such an amazing journey that you will think over if not possibly change your lifestyle and way of life.
There are so many subjects and factors explored in 90 minutes that this documentary will have you discussing this very monumental study for days.
As an American and Human we have our rites and are free to make your own decisions. But through clever research and testimonials you will possibly rethink your beliefs!
This goes from the study of cruelty to animals, vegans, Serial Killers To world's destruction!
I can't say enough about this documentary but you need to see this and rethink your beliefs.
Forrest Whitaker, Harold Ramis, Jimmy Carter and many more Show you the route of compassion.
The end of animal cruelty is very important to human civilization. You have to listen, open your heart, have an open mind and to act a place of no violence.
This is a powerful documentary that needs to be seen and without being preachy needs to be thought about and addressed!
I really want to thank Kevin Mukherji for introducing me to this powerful documentary and hope as many people watch and act upon animal cruelty and human survival. I am not saying to change completely, but maybe you will get a lil something from this which will change you views and make you a better caring person!
Available now on Amazon Prime .
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