Thursday, June 16, 2011
356. Food, Inc. (2009)
A culture that just uses a pig as a pile of protoplasmic inanimate structure, to be manipulated by whatever creative design the human can foist on that critter, will probably view individuals within its community, and other cultures in the community of nations, with the same type of disdain and disrespect and controlling type mentalities.
It is a rare find to discover a documentary that is at the same time timely, thouroughly entertaining, and exceedingly informative. This is probably is important movie to be released in the new millennium. You may not want to hear about the pain and cost that goes into your food, you may not want to change anything about it once you do, but you owe it to yourself and your environment to at least be educated.