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Sir Paul McCartney's Glass Walls may not have earned a Golden Globe, but a copy of the DVD somehow managed its way into the gift bags given to each of the nominees and presenters.

The movie was produced by PETA and narrated by McCartney, who strongly believes that people need to be aware of what takes place before their food ends up on their plate.

Uncompromising and brutally honest, Glass Walls takes the viewer in the world of slaughterhouses and animal cruelty. McCartney has been an herbivore for over 21 years and in the video he states, “I’ve often said, ’If slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be vegetarian.”

The film is abundant with shocking images of harsh treatment of animals that are being raised and slaughtered for food consumption. Sir Paul puts it out there and imparts, “Animals raised on modern factory farms and killed in slaughterhouses endure almost unimaginable suffering. I hope that once you see the routine cruelty involved in raising, transporting, and killing animals for food, you’ll join the millions of people who have decided to leave meat off their plates – for good.”

Sir Paul has been a long-time advocate for the prevention and awareness of the meat industry’s inhumane treatment of animals, and he lets us know that “Suffering is suffering, however you slice it. Eating meat is bad for our health, it’s bad for the environment, and it directly supports appalling cruelty to animals. The decision is yours.”

To view the video and learn more, visit Meat.org.

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