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This documentary adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer’s influential book of the same name investigates the environmental, economic, and health consequences of factory farming in the United States. Particularly exploring the industrial food complex that results in cheaper meat and dairy products and the many questions that arise – from ‘do we really know where the meat we eat comes from?’ to the implications of animal cruelty, the impact on agricultural workers, and the danger of chemicals used in farming. This deep dive into a complicated issue is an eye-opening start into a conversation on not just meat eating but the effect the food industry has on the environment and our daily lives.
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This Michael Moore documentary examines the impact of corporate dominance on the everyday lives of Americans (and by default, the rest of the world).
14–16 years 122 mins
Fascinating, sobering documentary which explores the social and environmental consequences of rampant consumerism.
All ages 98 mins
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