An Australian documentary which inspired the militant vegan movement has been dubbed "too scary to watch" by many viewers.
Australian feature-length documentary Dominion, which was first released in 2018, uses hidden cameras and drone footage to secretly film farms.
Earlier this year, vegan protesters who tried to shut down Melbourne tried to demand that the documentary be made compulsory viewing for kids over 15 years old.
However viewing sitting down to watch the documentary have been left seriously disturbed, with some only able to watch it for six minutes before switching off.
While others have been left "wanting to vomit" and "crying all the way through".
Disturbing scenes in the documentary show animals trying to run away from farmers and being thrown about.
One said: "I had to turn off Dominion it was too disturbing and I was already vegan anyway so didn't need the heartache."
While another remarked: "I think it should be mandatory viewing. It's really hard to get through but I've sat through it a few times as I was showing others."
A third said: "I cried all the way through it and I've never eaten meat in my life, I felt I needed to bare witness. It's really f***ing [email protected]
One tweeted: "Got six minutes into Dominion and that's all I could cope with,' one person wrote on social media after watching the start of the film.
"Tears streaming down my face, want to vomit."
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