Slaughterhouse owner Werner Haas has a ton of slaughter waste dumped on his front lawn in the middle of the night. Fuming mad, he files charges against unknown persons and foolishly sets something in motion that can’t be stopped.
A philosophical political social satire.
Tobby Holzinger Filmproduktion GmbH
Rated G: General audiences – All ages admitted
Director’s statement – Tobias Schönenberg
This film centers around the question of why we humans still eat meat. The German Animal Welfare Act turned fifty years old in 2022. It states that vertebrates may only be killed for “justifiable reasons”. I think that aspect alone is grounds for heated debate. In this film we refrain from indulging in the visual horror of the slaughterhouse, and instead, opt for a delightful, articulate, human ensemble. My hope is that the many varied opinions expressed in the film inspire fiery debate.
(in order of appearance)
Martin Timmy Haberger
Reiki von Carlowitz
Katja M. Luxembourg
Michael Gernot Sumper
Inga Rosa Kammerer
Teglat Kas Hana
Emilia Rosa de Fries
Flavia Elena Meterez
Irina Margarethe Ries
Ursula Philomena Breitenhuber
The All Is One – oh, really?
Around 53.2 million pigs were slaughtered in German slaughterhouses in 2019.
The All Is One is a feature film with 53 roles of equal size.
The All Is One centers around the question of why we humans still eat meat.
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