If anybody hasn't watched the DVD on the Bull Fighting yet, I would advise you NOT to. Not unless you have a heart of stone. The first part of the DVD tells the story of bull fighting from the matador's view, and the second half tells the story from the bull's view.
You read the views, and possible feelings, of both matador and bull at the bottom of the screen. As I strongly object to cruelty of any form to any animal, no matter how small or large, I could only watch so much of this film before turning it off as I was becoming very emotional. I DON"T think matadors are brave, in fact, I think they're heartless killers - taunting the bull with their brightly coloured capes. And how the crowd can sit there watching and enjoying this barbaric so-called 'sport' is beyond belief. The pain and torture those bulls must go through must be horrendous. Nobody gives a [EDIT: Please don't use this word] about the bull and what it's feeling, how much pain and agony it's in - for Christ's Sake, it's a living creature that should be allowed to live its life, not to be used as a pawn in a game of life and death. There is more than enough animal cruelty and neglect going on in this world today, and after the bull has been massacred, what do we have? A proud and happy matador being hailed as a hero. In my opinion, bull fighting should be a banned sport. It's a pity that the matadors don't get spears and knives and such stuck into THEM, and THEY die instead of the poor bull. Just think how many bulls throughout the decades have been killed in this way. This is one DVD that I shall never, ever watch again. I can understand when Chris said that after being taken to watch a bull fight, he had to walk out before the end. I would never have gone in the first place If anybody ojbects or doesn't agree with me, then I'm sorry, but I felt, after watching part of this film, that I had to put my feelings down. I should never have watched this film in the first place.