Food Inc. review
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 02/02/12
Topics range from the value of corn, e. coli in beef, workers for meatpackers, Monsanto’s patent’s, Oprah case, multinational companies, Walmart targeting organic products, a death of a child from a burger and an entrepreneur with integrity. Facts are gathered meticulously with additional hidden/factual footages and touching interviews to back it up. Numerous messages from the documentary: “What I need them to do is listen and help me effect a change.” “People have got to start demanding good, wholesome food of us. And we'll deliver. I promise you.” “These companies have legions of attorneys. And they may sue, even if they know they can't win, just to send a message.” “I think it's one of the most important battles for consumers to fight: the right to know what's in their food, and how it was grown.”
Cinematography was gorgeous from the corn fields, farms and natures skies. The soundtrack used made it more interesting as well aside from the sincere interviewees. Food Inc. is an informative documentary film directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Robert Kenner proves many points of socialism in the food industry, greed and oppression. The final message in the final credits involves food, animals, nature, and change.