Live and Let Live is a feature documentary
examining our relationship with the animals, the history of
veganism and the ethical, environmental and health reasons that
move people to go vegan.
From butcher to vegan chef, from factory
farmer to farm sanctuary owner - Live and Let Live tells the
stories of six individuals who decided to stop consuming animal
products for different reasons and shows the impact the decision
has had on their lives.
Philosophers such as Peter Singer, Tom Regan
and Gary Francione join scientists Melanie Joy, T. Colin Campbell,
Jonathan Balcombe and many others to shed light on the ethical,
health and environmental perspectives of veganism. Through
these stories, Live and Let Live showcases the evolution of
veganism from its origins in London in 1944 to one of the
fastest-growing lifestyles worldwide, with more and more people
realizing what's on their plates matters to animals, the
environment, and ultimately, themselves.
The DVD has a runtime of 80 minutes, it
includes subtitles in 6 languages and 60 minutes of extra material
including additional interviews with Tom Regan, Melanie Joy, Gary
Francione, Jonathan Balcombe and Will Potter, as well as a special
following up on what has happened in the lives of the six
protagonists during the two years since they were first
interviewed. The DVD features an eco-friendly cover case made
of recycled cardboard instead of plastic, recycled plastic tray and
a 8-page booklet printed on recycled paper. Plant-based inks were
used instead of oilbased for printing.
$19.99 per copy.
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