THE LAST PIG is a lyrical meditation on what it means to be a sentient creature with the power to kill. Immersive, experiential, with sparse inner reflections, the film follows a pig farmer through his final season of slaughtering pigs.

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THE LAST PIG is a lyrical meditation on what it means to be a sentient creature with the power to kill. Immersive, experiential, with sparse inner reflections, the film follows a pig farmer through his final season of slaughtering pigs.

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A Great Little Documentary
17 August 2017 | by (Waterville, Maine, United States) – See all my reviews

A surprisingly tender and thought provoking film. The main subject of the documentary (besides the pigs) Bob Comis is incredibly well spoken. His words make you really understand the moral conundrum that he finds himself in throughout the movie. Comis' humanity and the compassion he feels for the pigs he works with come across extremely well throughout the film. The setting of the film is almost as awe-inspiring as Comis himself and the filmmakers do an incredible job of capturing that. Speaking of cinematography, the movie is full of shots that get you right up close and personal with the pigs and help you really see some of the intelligence behind their eyes. Another great aspect of The Last Pig is how it deals with such a divisive subject without really taking a side or being preachy. It seems that The Last Pig's purpose is not to advance any specific agenda, but simply to tell a compelling story about one man's life-changing decision to stop farming pigs.


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