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February 24, 2020 - IndieWire

'Gunda' Review: A Visionary Case for Veganism in Black and White

'Gunda' Review: A Visionary Case for Veganism in Black and White
Pig and her piglets Credit: Gunda Official Trailer

More experience than movie, 'Gunda' is a visionary case for veganism in black and white. Russian filmmaker Viktor Kossakovsky's mesmerizing achievement removes humans from the picture to magnify the small moments in the lives of various farm animals, with his eponymous pig at its center.

Over the course of 90 hypnotic minutes, his roving camera observes Gunda and her piglets, a handful of chickens, and a smattering of cows simply going about their lives on an unspecified farmland. Devoid of music or any other obvious artifice, 'Gunda' neither aims to document animal consciousness or anthropomorphize it. Instead, Kossakovsky's fascinating non-narrative experiment burrows into the center of his subject's nervous system, meeting the creatures on their own terms in a remarkable plea for empathy that only implores carnivores to think twice by implication.

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