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With a baby on the way, filmmaker Damon Gameau has become increasingly worried about staying healthy. His main concern is the hidden sugars in foods we commonly perceive as ‘healthy’. To reveal their dangers he commits to a high-sugar-only diet, allowing the camera to document every extreme his body endures. Grappling the issue with frankness and humour - reminiscent of Super Size Me - and incorporating animation and celebrity cameos to highlight his learnings along the way, this is an engaging and pertinent film that will make you think before you eat.
This blackly comic satire examines the greed at the heart of the US tobacco industry through a cigarette firm employee trying to deny smoking's risks.
14+ years 88 mins
New York, 2022. Overcrowding and climate change mean the desperate masses must live on a near-inedible new foodstuff called Soylent.
14+ years 93 mins
Very funny, though sometimes disturbing, documentary about what happens to filmmaker Morgan Spurlock when he eats nothing but McDonalds for 30 days.
11+ years 99 mins
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Reporter Christy chats to Damon Gameau about his exposé on the sugar industry, That Sugar Film.
Viewing time 4 mins
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A film list which explores food and our relationship with it.
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