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A very good documentary about biotech food. Not just the possible dangers of the consumption of the food as addressed by Japan and Europe, but also about patent laws on life. Watch this one.
Great topic but it seems to rest on that. Still, very eye-opening and a good reminder of why organic produce may be worth the extra expense.
Nice try, but falls short on many levels. Looks like an attempt to do something like "Food, Inc" but without even a cursory understanding of editing or building visual narratives. A nice song for the choir, but nobody outside of the proverbial meetinghouse is going to come in to hear it otherwise.
A lot of horrifying information about modern food production, its aggressive embrace of GMOs and the terrifying result. Very dryly presented.
Has some good points to make but not enough to fill 90 minutes worth of film in an interesting way.
This film was a very one-sided example of how large corporations are running out the family farm. The information presented was very compelling. It makes the viewer stop and think about what is really going on with our food. This being said, a major downside to this film is it did not present a solution to the problem until the last ten minutes of the movie.
If you care what you put in your mouth or your children then watch this documentary.
Not bad although several documentaries that have come forward on the subject of food production are better and have actually resulted in changed behaviour. Not a bad introduction to the issue of food politics and the choices that people can make.
This, 'Food Inc.' & 'Food Matters' should help wake people up. ???1/2
A highly revealing insight to the science behind genetically altered food cells, its impact on capitalist global agriculture and economies as well corporate patent laws on seed and corporate infiltration of U.S. government agencies, policies, and oversight. A great film that exposes the potential dangers of biotechnology on both the environment and human health and once again, another insight to the corruption of corporate and political America.