Dark, Poignant Short Film Connects Breakfast Food with Factory Farming

September 26, 2011 by  
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Image via Vimeo screenshot. The setting of Kris Hofmann’s short film Breakfast is a child’s bedroom, with a bookshelf of stuffed animals beside a desk with a set of wooden blocks that depict a bucolic farm scene. The narrator begins by describing the life of a chicken named Harriet, who “would have been more than happy if she was not crammed into a windowless shed with 50,000 of her friends.” And so Breakfast becomes something of a horror film, one that reveals the connections between our morning meal and the realities… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Dark, Poignant Short Film Connects Breakfast Food with Factory Farming

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