Tuesday, March 16, 2010
A Movie Everyone Should See
For me seeing this movie was a confirmation that I'm doing the right thing by trying to live a more self sustaining life style and buying what I can locally. The things done in order to feed our low cost, high yield, I want it now appetites were sometimes shocking.
When I got this movie I was prepared to take the information with a grain of salt. I was expecting it to be an extremist politically motivated movie. I was pleasantly surprised. It was very obvious that the intent was to educate people. That was one of the things I loved most about this movie.
For anyone who believes they have the right to know where their food comes from and how it is produced, they need to see this movie.
It's available from www.netflix.com or you can buy it from www.amazon.com or any number of retailers. You can also check out their web site http://www.foodincmovie.com/ .
Edited to add: In rereading it sounds like I didn't find the movie at all politically motivated. That's not what I meant. It's just not as blatant as I had expected. There is a lot of politically motivated stuff in the movie. Most of it, I feel, conveys the film makers intent to educate the public on a subject he feels strongly about.
Posted by Heidi Ebels