This is a movie — that was my first thought. I’m half serious. Directed by Carlos Reygadas, Gus Van Sant, Harmony Korine or Seth McFarlane — I can’t decide which. It’s a film because the accused is in love and is fighting the charge on Constitutional grounds. If not in love he is at least in earnest. We all remember Gene Wilder falling for Daisy the lamb in Woody Allen‘s Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex (’72). 36 years later Zoo, a horse-sex documentary, played the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.