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The Natural History of Chicken
Broken into sections highlighting individuals' experiences with their feathered friends, the film is interspersed with striking footage of what goes on inside a poultry-harvesting factory. We are introduced to a variety of folks, from a woman in Maine who gave her ailing chicken CPR to one in Florida whose chicken lives in her home and wears panties. Through these anecdotal tales, we come to realize how attached people can become to these often-overlooked creatures. On the opposite side of things, we meet a group of citizens who are up in arms over the noise created by roosters raised for cockfighting in their otherwise-tranquil community. Rated No Rating .
Produced by: Mark Lewis
Directed by: Mark Lewis
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Running time: 56min
Opens: Jan 19, 2001 Sundance '01
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