Cochons de lait dans le film GUNDA de Viktor Kosakovskiy

Gunda

Viktor Kossakovsky
2021 - Documentary - 93 min

International cinema


Gunda

country:
Norway, United States, United Kingdom
language:
no dialogue

Where his prior film, the acclaimed epic Aquarela, was a reminder of the fragility of human tenure on earth, in Gunda, master filmmaker Viktor Kossakovsky reminds us that we share our planet with billions of other animals. Through encounters with a mother sow (the eponymous Gunda), two ingenious cows, and a scene-stealing, one-legged chicken, Kossakovsky movingly recalibrates our moral universe, reminding us of the inherent value of life and the mystery of all animal consciousness, including our own.

 

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