Documentary arguing that athletes do not need to consume meat and other animal foods arrives on Netflix on the 16th.
The “The Game Changers” documentary, which argues that athletes need not consume meat and other animal foods, hits Netflix on the 16th.
In September, the work was announced as a pre-sale bestseller on iTunes, surpassing films such as “Toy Story 4”, “The Lion King”, “It – Chapter Two”, “Fast and Furious” and “Once Upon a Time” in Hollywood. ”
The documentary contrasts stereotypes about vegans’ physicality and performance, and proves that people who consume nothing of animal origin can also excel in high-performance sports.
Internationally projected athletes include German weightlifter Patrik Baboumian, Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, marathon runner Scott Jurek and Olympic bodybuilder Kendrick Harris, among other athletes from a variety of disciplines.
Another highlight of “The Game Changers” is the participation of former bodybuilder, actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who states his support for veganism and talks about his commitment to move away from animal foods.
The film is directed by Louie Psihoyos, who won the Oscars in 2009 with the movie “The Cove,” and production by vegan filmmaker James Cameron, who produced and directed films such as “The Terminator”, “Titanic” and “Avatar”. .
Prior to the final release, the documentary was presented at festivals such as the Sundance, Berlin Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and DC Film Festival, where it received accolades.