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ZOO is an extraordinary glimpse into the life of a seemingly normal Seattle family man whose secret sexual appetites led to his shocking death. Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Robinson Devor (Woman Chaser, Police Beat), the film explores the ensuing media coverage and public outcry that uncovered a secret community of zoophiles, who call themselves "zoos." This expressionistic rendering of how apparently upstanding citizens banded together and videotaped their journey into the most taboo realms of behavior, reveals the enormous gulf between what we appear to be and who we really are.
Don't waste your time and money. It's actually not even a 1 star in my opinion, but I couldn't upload this review without giving it a rating.. Read morePublished 16 days ago by John Mclaurin
An absolutly fantastic stab at the art of documentary filmmaking, filled to the brim with beautiful music, a fantastic approach to the act of cinematography and a vile but... Read morePublished 2 months ago by WriterofWords
Horrible purchase. I was interested in the story but this film never really got to the point and it was very S L O W...Published 11 months ago by K.Silke
What? What??? No he didn't!!! You just have to see this one to believe it. I'm still a little in shock at what kind of people are roaming this earth.Published 15 months ago by melindathegreat
A strange movie to say the least but will help out with the training that I provide... Like I said a strange movie....Published on May 4, 2013 by WILLIAM K.
The film attempts to show "ordinary" people who happen to have a sexual desire for animals. The film makes every attempt to humanize the characters in the film. Read morePublished on August 30, 2012 by Mark Donovan
This documentary is really just a series of narrations and interviews with people surrounding the Enumclaw horse sex case dubbed over dramatisations. Read morePublished on November 10, 2011 by Gen Y
This is an intriguing documentary. It doesn't defend the practice of bestiality, but instead makes viewers acknowledge that zoophiles are utterly human, not evil or sinister. Read morePublished on August 10, 2011 by Evan J. Peterson