0.5% of French people are now vegan. That is to say, they have a vegan diet, and they do not wear animal textiles (leather, wool, feathers, etc.), nor do they use products tested on animals or made with animal materials. In short, vegans organise their lives to avoid animal exploitation as much as possible. And while some vegans practice this lifestyle on their own, others have decided to be fervent defenders of it.
Among them, some advocate civil disobedience by infiltrating breeding farms and carrying out hit-and-run actions, while others choose a more peaceful terrain and try to convince people through dialogue to convey their ideas in the street.
This 52-minute documentary explores different types of animal rights activism, from the gentle method to illegal actions.