Other than a few minutes telling you about the experiences of industry chicken (which is awful,and reenforces my vow to only eat free range happy chickens, yeah, except for the fact that baby chicks being stacked and then transported on conveyer belts is super adorable), the movie is actually a series of vignettes with weird chicken-related tales. There's the people who took a guy to court because his rooster farm was too noisy (which is really fascinating in terms of the glimpse of rural life it offers - you got a dude reading up on Sun Tzu while constructing the case, and the defendant himself makes the great point that, after all, isn't that what the country is for? who are these yuppy whiners?), there's the woman who gave her pet chicken CPR, and then there's the ace in the hole - the headless rooster.
In the tradition of the best documentaries out there, this movie gives you a glimpse of a specific part of the world that seems totally alien, and in the process, makes you reflect on a whole host of broader issues. Bizarrely fascinating, and at only 55 minutes, definitely worth watching.