Do you know where your food comes from? Maybe it would be better if you didn’t, because there are some scary things happening out there in the American Food System. What was once a free market full of variety, safety, and choice is now a dangerous and misleading sham controlled by a few large corporations. Remember, You are what you eat, and when you find out what you’ve been eating, you may just want to stop.
This was a well-versed documentary that I had no difficulty in understanding what the narrator and interviewees are saying. The facts are well sources and supported, and are presented in a nonbiased manner. The interviews provided an excellent insight to show just how far reaching the problems our food industry has are.
Food, Inc. really supported all of its claims with evidence and intense investigation. Interviews, graphics, and personal narratives helped give the everyday, average person a chance to understand the real and scary truth about our food and how it’s handled from start to finish. It is very eye-opening and grounded at the same time – it appeals to your emotions but it stays in the realms of hard evidence. I found it to be very informative and entertaining at the same time. You will definitely find something you did not previously know when watching this documentary.
I think this is one of the best documentaries I have seen in some time. I did view a fantastic documentary over our energy crisis earlier this year, Kilowatt Ours, and a review is pending. There is no doubt a lot of scary stuff in the food we eat today, and a lot of people don’t have any idea. This film does a great job of informing the average person of those dangers. I highly recommend reading Fast Food Nation as a supplement to this documentary.
Platinum Squid Rating
You are what you eat!
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