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Food related documentaries

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created October 29, 2010 at 3:53 AM

I just saw this another thread about paleo related movies and got me thinking about other movies, but in general related to Food.

The first that comes to my mind is Food Inc. which blew me away. Supersize me was iffy. I am going to rent King Corn and probably will see Babies if its any relevant. Throw in other documentaries/movies that you enjoyed seeing..

EDIT: I could compile the list below:

  1. Food Inc.
  2. Supersize me
  3. Fat Head
  4. King corn
  5. Fresh
  6. Flow
  7. Food Matters
  8. Future of Food (haven't seen).

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on September 07, 2013
at 01:28 AM

So what is the synopsis on Food Inc.? I've been curious about this one...

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on October 29, 2010
at 07:00 PM

True, true, but to fully appreciate FatHead, Supersize Me should be seen first. (Since FatHead is, in essence, a reply to Supersize Me.)

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at 06:58 PM

Food Inc.: How agriculture has turned into a factory/industry with only a handful of corporations in total control. The plight of farmers who must do what the corp's say to survive - and how they barely survive at that. An inside look at farming, agribusiness, government (USDA/FDA) and the food supply. Has some fairly gross parts (ie. looking into a cow's stomach) and is definiately disturbing (Monsanto's evil lawyers). But at least they do a section on Joel Salatin's Polyface farm to give a ray of hope. Also featured is Michael Pollan of The Omnivore's Dilemma.

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on October 29, 2010
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Food Inc.: How agriculture has turned into a factory/industry with only a handful of corporations in total control. The plight of farmers who must do what the corp's say to survive - and how they barely survive at that. An inside look at farming, agribusiness and the food supply. Has some fairly gross parts and is definiately disturbing. But at least they do a section on Joel Salatin's Polyface farm to give a ray of hope. (And its only a 90 minute drive for me!)

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on October 29, 2010
at 11:46 AM

Isn't Food Matters a raw vegan film?

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on October 29, 2010
at 04:18 AM

Food Matters Fresh, the Movie

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on October 29, 2010
at 04:16 AM

Fathead (blows Supersize me away), Fresh, and Flow (which is about water)

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on October 29, 2010
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True, true, but to fully appreciate FatHead, Supersize Me should be seen first. (Since FatHead is, in essence, a reply to Supersize Me.)

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