As I learned more about animal husbandry, especially the comparisons between how many animals are routinely treated in industrial animal production processes, and how they could be treated in ecologically regenerative processes. At some point, when I was still following a Paleo diet, I started eating less meat, but all organic meat, as the organic certification had some higher standards in regard to animal treatment and care. Some time later, I had decided that I didn't want to support the industries where animals were treated the most callously, so chose to stop eating pork and chicken, unless I knew the conditions of the animals by visiting that farm; I also decided to stick with grass-fed organic beef as well at about the same time.
I switched to a plant-based diet, mostly for the health benefits; I'm not entirely on board with the ethical arguments but I do have a desire that animals experience no unnecessary suffering, which to me entails that their life is as good or better than they might live under wild/undominated conditions.
Though I do not consume animal products, I still plan to raise some livestock for purposes of regenerating the ecology and being able to grow more plant-food with the conjunction of some animal activity.
As an anarchist, doing everything I can do to reduce domination and engender cooperation is the path I choose to take. :-)
For this video, I think the message is, "if you currently, regularly consume industrially produced animal products, and you can't even watch this video about how some animals have been treated because it make you uncomfortable, then you may wish to reconsider some of your dietary choices", however the corollary might, "if nothing in this film bothers you and you consume most industrially produced animal products then your diet is probably consistent with your values".