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THE FIGHT TO END THE DOG MEAT TRADE
Each year, tens of millions of dogs are farmed or stolen, and then slaughtered for food throughout Asia. In Korea, popular myth claims that a tortuous and painful death enhances the taste of the meat and the sexual "stamina" of the men who eat it. This increasingly stigmatized trade has become a flashpoint in South Korea, where some believe the Asian custom originated, and where cultural and generational shifts have drawn entrenched battle lines.
DOG WAR follows a team of unlikely American special ops vets as they join forces with Korean activists to stop the lucrative and powerful dog meat trade. Employing commando practices mostly undercover, they enter and disrupt this shadow world, saving one or hundreds of dogs at a time, and helping to transform an industry and country. Leaving behind families and critics that question their motives and tactics, they risk it all to fight for those that cannot fight for themselves. DOG WAR goes behind the scenes as the battle unfolds, looking at the complex forces that pit dogs' lives against human livelihood, and revealing haunting truths about the breach of contract with man's best friend.
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| Producer/Director Andy Abrahams Wilson | Associate Producer Ryan White | Executive Producer Lynn Rosa |
EATING HAPPINESS IS THE FIRST CALL-TO-ACTION DOCUMENTARY FILM EXPOSING THE TRUE NATURE OF DOG MEAT CONSUMPTION IN ASIA. DIRECTOR AND PRODUCER GENLIN TAKES VIEWERS THROUGH THE BACKSTREETS AND RURAL VILLAGES OF THAILAND, VIETNAM, SOUTH KOREA AND CHINA TO UNCOVER THE BRUTAL VIOLENCE THAT IS PAR FOR THE COURSE IN THE ASIAN DOG MEAT TRADE.
Eating Happiness (Official Trailer)
THE FIRST CALL-TO-ACTION DOCUMENTARY FILM EXPOSING THE TRUE NATURE OF DOG MEAT CONSUMPTION IN ASIA.
The End of Dog Meat in Korea
Published on 25/01/2016
About the Film
Each year over two million dogs are slaughtered by Korea’s unregulated dog meat industry often after enduring unbearable suffering. Especially during Bok-Nal through July and August, two-third of dogs are killed for Boshintang (dog meat soup). It is because many Koreans believe that Boshintang boosts their stamina and energy. That’s why it is often called a nutritious soup in Korea.
According to Thích Nhất Hạnh, the world re-known Vietnamese monk, however, what makes people healthy and happy is deeply related to what they eat. When people eat meat, in fact they are eating more than just a piece of protein but eating the fear, anger and sadness of the animal. Throughout the film we will explore what makes people’s mind and body truly healthy and happy: Boshintang or Compassion Soup?
The goal of the film is to reconnect Koreans with their compassionate true nature and inspire them to end the dog meat trade in Korea. For that, we need to build understanding, empathy and compassion in Korea and around the world.
**VIEWER DISCRETION** - Some extremely upsetting scenes.
FILM PREMIERE!! 'EATING FRIENDS' - EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW OF KOREAN DOG MEAT INDUSTRY FILM
Published on 14/07/ 2016
Published on Jul 17, 2015
Cry of the Innocent
The Voices That Can't Speak (Movie Trailer Premier)
This powerful film will move society to see with the eyes of the soul. We cannot cure the disease unless we heal the source. Our movie shorts have screened around the globe with groundbreaking television news coverage in China, the world’s largest supplier of animal skins and the mecca of the cat and dog fur trade, bringing it into the international spotlight.
Published on 28/04/2012
We hope you will continue to stand with us in the making of this important film. We are seeking benefactors, sponsors and angel donors to escalate film production to the next stage. This film is a call to action for the millions of animals around the world who suffer and die tragically in silence, their cries for mercy unheard, hoping in their hearts that someone will care enough to save them. Their voices can be heard with your voice.
CRY OF THE INNOCENT: The Voices That Can't Speak is a precedent-setting documentary, probing into the deeper layers of the psyche to help heal the "condition of disconnect" of an egocentric society that perpetuates the holocaust of animals for personal gain. The film will provide solution through the revelation of spiritual truth, the only path to transformation.