“Do you want to be eating a slave, or could you try an aubergine?” – Simon Amstell’s ‘Carnage’

Living in a society where satirical art, like Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror, is a key way to get people engaged with problematic societal issues, this movie could be a modern stroke of vegan genius. Its self-awareness -: “who want to watch a whole movie about veganism?” mocks its own existence whilst also pointing out the need for an alternative vegan message that can live alongside documentaries like Earthlings and Forks over Knives.

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5 slightly different reasons why Marvel’s Daredevil is the most relatable series out right now

We may have read the articles –which I have deeply enjoyed – about the humanization of the characters, the terrifying resilience and audience-softening vulnerabilities of our heroes and villains alike, of the gritty fight scenes, dark DC-like cinematography, and the steady and gripping flow of the one, main compelling story from one episode to another. […]