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Does Will Smith's Seven Pounds Have A Subtle Veggie Agenda?

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Reviews of Will Smith’s new film Seven Pounds are rounding the web — with one in particular giving us some potential insight into one theme the producers are trying to communicate. From the review:

Woody Harrelson, showing a sweetness we haven’t seen from him in years, plays an unflappable seller of frozen steaks. (The movie has a strong vegetarian agenda: Harrelson’s character doesn’t eat his own product, Dawson’s eats no meat at all, and the word “vegan” is prominently shown behind Smith on a hospital chalkboard.)

Subliminal veggie messages in a movie that deals with life-or-death choices? Interesting angle. Check out a clip from the movie after the jump — where we see that even Rosario Dawson’s character’s dog is vegetarian!

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