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    The short and sweet of it!

    Written & Directed by David Graham Scott

    Scotland to Africa. The journey of the Big Game Hunter and the Vegan. "The End of the Game" originally started off as a character study and morphed over time into a feature documentary. The film starts in the Scottish Highlands were we meet Sir. Guy Wallace. A game warden who lives a rustic lifestyle, compatible to someone living in the 19th century. We follow along, as he prepares for his last big hunt. Starting in the far north of Scotland, near Caithness, John o'Groats. Then on to the hunt itself on a big game preserve in South Africa.


    Sir Guy Wallace, the focus of the film, is a subject of the British Empire who conquered most of the world, one of the last of his kind. Sir Guy enjoys a rustic and healthy lifestyle as meat eater, who thinks nothing of drinking from rain barrels. Where as Mr. Scott has been a big city dweller and staunch vegan for many years, even going to the streets of London to protest animal cruelty.


    Through this unique and poetic journey they create a friendship that we can all learn from, especially in these divided times. Befriending those who are different begins the process of learning to respect one another. That it is possible to revel in our differences and actually overcome them. Bravo Mr. Scott for showing us that at the End of the Game there can be very real understanding & friendship in diversity.


    OFFICIAL SITE: https://theendofthegame.info


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