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although a tad lengthy in presentation, this is a good documentary on the deteriorating condition of food sources and the absurdities of its production within the european union.
Este filme Ã© sobre alimentos e globalizacao, pescadores e agricultores, motoristas de caminhao de longas jornadas e executivos de grandes corporacoes, o fluxo de bens e de dinheiro, um filme sobre escasses em meio a abundancia. Com imagens inesquecÃveis, este filme prove um insight na producao de nossos alimentos e responde a questao: "o que que a fome mundial tem a ver conosco".
There was a lot of interesting info in this one but it was a bit messy in how it was edited and it was kinda dull in parts. Worth watching but I was a lot more interested in Food Inc.
Interessant... Mais pas transcendant non plus!
Excellent documentaire europÃ©en sur le monde de l'Agriculture tel qu'il est aujourd'hui
You cannot see the food you eat the same way after that...
an interesting and disturbing summary about the question:
where comes our food from?
the entry scene is quite shocking when a whole truck cargo full of bread is thrown away.
it is also very aberrant when they are dealing with the topic hybridseed, wich produce fruit without new seeds.
only incredible is a whole area of greenhouses in southamerica wich is bigger than the netherlands and belgium together, for the only reason, that the europeans get fruits and vegetables every time they want.
when you are reading/watchinng the news the most of the facts are mostly common known, but a main reason for watching ther movie is, that this documetation put a lot of facts together so that you see at the end the very dark side of globalisation.
start thinking about food!
Good documentary. It is good that all the stakeholders involved in the environmental issues realized that slowly we are destroying the planet and creating a huge social disaster in the future.
DÃ©primant ... et motivant Ã la fois.