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Animal Appetites
1991
Color
18 minutes
US
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Animal Appetites
Michael Cho's biting critique on popular cultural stereotypes centers on the case of two Cambodian immigrants tried in California on charges of slaughtering their pet dog for food. Contrasting animal rights issues, cultural diversity arguments, and the unflinching testimonials of dog lovers, the use of animals typically thought of as pets for food is presented along with evidence of the thousands of animals destroyed each year in the name of science and health.
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"Animal Appetites treats serious issues with ironic humor: It's terrific." - Steve Warren, SAN FRANCISCO BAY GUARDIAN
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• D'Ghetto Eyes : Film and Video by New Black, Latino, Asian & Native Directors
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