Sara Gold is a rising star at the United Animal Protection Agency (UAPA), a major animal rights organization that conducts animal rescues and lobbies for better animal welfare laws. ...
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Sara Gold is a rising star at the United Animal Protection Agency (UAPA), a major animal rights organization that conducts animal rescues and lobbies for better animal welfare laws. Handpicked for a major assignment, Sara goes undercover as a college intern to infiltrate a suspected "puppy mill" run by the enigmatic Daniel Holloway.Written by
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For those who love animals...but aren't PETA radicals
A refreshing look at the immoral politics of the so-called "animal-rights" industry (and yes it's an industry). Acting is good. Cast is good. Story is overall entertaining and kept my interest.
Yes, it is a bit one-sided, but only inasmuch as it fails to portray the other side as one-dimensional as the truly are. Sorry, but no PETA (they use a different name, but we all know who they are referring to) activist would be that committed to fairness and truth. These people are radicals that care nothing for truth, as is abundantly illustrated by many of the negative reviews of this movie on this site. The writers used the term "livelihood" a bit too much. It may be a selling point to some people, by but-and-large it's a weak argument, or secondary at best.
It's way, waaay to close to the horrible, ugly truth. PETA actually does stuff like that. They slaughter thousands of animals each year (https://www.petakillsanimals.com/), many are healthy, adoptable dogs and cats. They don't "love" animals; they love the money they bilk from gullible people who fall for their con.
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