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For this digital essay my main goal was to find a documentary that had a main point that it wanted to achieve in a reasonable manner. My reason for this was because most documentary that gave this goal always have bias tendencies. With this being a rhetoric analysis I knew this type of documentary would create a great paper. In my web essay I believe i achieved my main goal because I explained in detail the films purpose but broke it down explaining the examples of bias and unfairness to the viewer. The least successful part of this essay is based on opinion. The reason why I say this, is because the film I chose it ends up pushing toward the idea of being a vegan, with this in mind it is used as a type of bias for the films direction but it is nearly impossible to argue this point without being biased as the examiner of the film. This is one downfall of choosing this film for the essay. I still believe this is a great film and highly suggest it.