In Germany alone, about 753 million animals live and die in mass animal husbandry every year. Before these animals are slaughtered and find their way onto the plates of many Germans, they are kept under unworthy conditions.

The exemplary, abstract life of an innocent lamb is used to provocatively point out and criticize the currently intolerable conditions. In two acts, the utopian dreams of the lamb, to be in freedom in nature and to romp around, and the terrible reality of mass animal husbandry and slaughter are opposed to each other. The metaphorical themes are human excess, disrespect for other living beings and the absurdities of the food industry.
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