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Joanes' point is made: Eating healthy doesn't have to be more expensive.
Fresh may be righteous (as well as right), but it's not unrealistic. In the realm of advocacy documentary, that's no small thing.
Director Ana Sofia Joanes softens her agricultural agitprop attack with case studies that prove people can make sustainable, environmentally friendly methods work.
Fresh is a palatable lecture, but we've milked that cow one too many times already.
The message is important, yet it’s hard not to think that Joanes is engaging in cinematic recycling as she covers some well-worn ground.
If the images of poultry without beaks don't inspire a trip to Whole Foods, the mouth-watering harvest of an organic farm in downtown Milwaukee will.
A chilling contrast of the sustainable and corporate approaches to agriculture which makes a persuasive argument that your daily choices matter in terms of the long-term prospects of both humanity's and the planet's survival.
An eye-opening, inspirational and vital documentary that's a must-see for generations young and old.
Ultimately a necessary genealogy of the "we are what we eat" cliche, a welcome reminder of how eating is the inadvertent daily exercise of politics.
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