The plot of “Trying to Hand Feed a Rabid Deer on Steroids” resembles that of a “Zombie Movie”. Casting a raccoon as protagonist, the film is seen through an Animistic Worldview, in which souls exist, not only in humans, but also in animals, plants, and inanimate objects. Another aspect of magical perception, appears when videos shot by people from around the globe, congeal into one location and narrative that previously was non-existent. Inspired by John Berger’s essay:” Why Look At Animals”, who's main theme is man’s loss of a meaningful connection to nature, and the marginalisation of animals. As the animal feeder-cameraman
reaches out to film and feed the animals, the relationship that begins with caution deteriorates to pure hostility. The lack of common understanding breeds sickness and aggression. The abyss between animals and man is unbridgeable and segregation is inevitable.
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