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Taking a lively approach to an increasingly serious 21st century issue, the skillfully assembled documentary "Wasted! The Story of Food Waste" proves as eye-opening as it is mouth-watering.
As with many recent environmental documentaries, the filmmakers' call to action is simple and upbeat: This isn't so hard, people, we can do it if we try!
"Wasted! The Story of Food Waste" is ... darned entertaining and hopeful, as well as informative.
Inverts the usual eco-doc formula, spending only enough time on problems to establish their importance, then traveling around the world to prove how satisfying the solutions can be.
As this movie clearly illustrates, people need to pay attention.
It's a sermonizing work as entertaining as it is informative.
Wasted! is sure to be mind-expanding for anyone who's never contemplated what happens when excess food is scraped off one's plate. But the film's real novelty lies in the demonstration of actual solutions that have already been put into practice.
Anthony Bourdain stars as narrator of this wake-up call: some forty percent of food that Americans buy is sent to landfills, contributing to a toxic environment.
Surprisingly appetizing and funny...for a movie that harangues us for throwing out edible food.
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