Bold Native, directed and written by Denis Henry Hennelly, is an important film to see regardless of your stance on animal rights. The film is about Charlie Cranehill, an animal liberator who is wanted by the United States government for domestic terrorism. After being underground for several years, Cranehill emerges to coordinate a nationwide action while his estranged CEO father tries to find him before the FBI does.
The film covers the different sides of the animal rights movement from abolitionists, to welfarists, and even those that don't quite understand. The arguments held among the different characters are the same arguments that I've held or witnessed since I opened my eyes to animal rights.
After wanting to make the film for about eight years and being unable to
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