Come and join members of the Glasgow Buddhist Centre for a screening of The Last Pig.
Screening is followed by a vegan potluck, supplied by members of the GBC community, and food samples of yummy vegan food.
Starts at 5:30pm (doors at 5pm) sharp.
Stay for our Dharma night that starts at 7pm, where we will be exploring the first precept of non-violence/harm, the foundational practice in Buddhism.
Watch the trailer here
About The Last Pig
THE LAST PIG is a lyrical meditation on what it means to be a sentient creature with the power to kill.
Deeply immersive, the film is a contemplation on life, death and personal ethics as it follows a pig farmer grappling with his conscience. Through sparse, intimate musings, the farmer reveals the growing conflict of a life spent “peddling in death” - one he can no longer live with. The pace of the film is unhurried, allowing the viewer to experience and absorb life on the farm, the herds of pigs – so clearly intelligent and trusting, the steel and concrete slaughterhouse, and the ghosts.
With bittersweet detail, against the stunning backdrop of upstate New York, THE LAST PIG is a documentary that offers an entirely new view of small-scale livestock farming, and raises crucial questions about the ethics of eating.
This screening is not suitable for children.