The power of film can move mountains. A case in point is Blackfish; its rippling effect has resulted in significant losses for SeaWorld, a prime example of the impact of film on real life. The film redefined our relationship with other sentient beings, relating to them with respect, which will have even more far-reaching effects.
As Cry of the Innocent's director Kathleen Lowson said, "It is clear that until the soul of humanity is awakened, the atrocities committed against non-human animals will continue with no end in sight. We cannot cure the disease unless we heal the source. Any lesser remedy is akin to applying a bandage to a severed limb. This film is a call to action for the billions of animals around the world who suffer and die tragically in silence, their cries for mercy unheard, hoping in their hearts that we will hear their pleas for life. There is power in the collective force. Together, in collaborative solidarity, we will bring truth to this shallow world devoid of soul, so our society can be healed and compassion toward animals will become a new paradigm of spiritual evolution on our planet."
This groundbreaking film is currently in production while raising funds.
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