Their words are extremely powerful. If you want to understand the reality of the Animal Liberation Front and the humanity of those working within it, you can do no better than to watch this. It looks at the movement both in the UK and the US, and gives you not only interviews with activists withing the movement, but also footage liberated along with the animals during many of the ALF's raids.
It is also useful for any organizers to see how the movement is structured...or unstructured as the case may be. The ALF has a set of principles and anyone can form a chapter, carry out their own direct actions, and there is no communication between them. It really is an ingenious way of propagating the movement in the face of repression.
There were only two things that gave me pause on this film, the first is the beginning and ending footage of Martin Luther King, this comparison really bothers me. A lot. And the second was one of the women who went undercover in a lab, there's a weird screen behind her as she talks, but mostly it's because she fell in love with one of the monkeys because he was the most human...and that bothered me to.
But it's a great film, and a great introduction to the movements against animal cruelty, and a way to understand the importance of direct action in that movement.