I got the one of the latest digitally animated movies out on DVD from Blockbuster the other evening – Barnyard. It’s not too bad, not in the Shrek league by a long chalk, but I was a little surprised to see male and female cows, which both had udders! Maybe the cows in the US are different from European cows. The male cows had strong masculine jaws and spoke with strong masculine voices, but they had udders. I was waiting for some explanation for the transex cows, but none was forthcoming, or maybe I missed it. All the udder animals displayed no genitalia, as one would expect in a film aimed mainly at a young audience, so why did the male cows have udders? Why not just leave their nether regions nice and smooth, like the other animals? No idea. Hollywood’s mad idea of political correctness, I suppose.
Stop reading, start speaking
Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.
My advice: See this film and make up your own mind, or go see an udder film.