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This is a doc**entary about how the government of the United States is harassing small farmers and making it really hard for the American people to have healthy and organic foods from small farms. I think the doc**entary is alright, it was not excellent but it made its point loud and clear. I think that all the doc**entaries about small farmers and their struggles are good and they are definitely worth seeing. The doc**entary feels homemade but it is passionate and one can tell that the director really cares about the subject. Overall, I do not recommend seeing this film in the theaters but I suggest seeing it at the comfort of your house.
The doc**entary is interesting but it is nothing special. It explores how government is trying to destroy small farmers and natural food. I am from Europe and when i came to live to United States I instantly noticed that the quality of food is much poorer in here. It is hard to get all natural products if you do not have a thick wallet and that does not make any sense because fast food is available everywhere and very cheap, it almost begs for the conclusion that the government wants the public to be fat and docile. Anyway, the doc**entary is informative and follows a well know formula that works but it is not very exciting. Overall, i think it is worth seeing this film in order to gain knowledge about natural foods.
This is a really good doc**entary about how the U.S government wages war on small farmers. It is an eye opening doc**entary that will leave you disgusted with the government and it will make you want to research the topic even more. I was really shocked when I learned how FDA and USDA prevent Americans from having healthy products. I always thought that the government wants Americans to be fat and docile and this film kind of proves my point. I think everyone should see this amazing doc**entary and see for themselves how evil our government truly is.
This is a doc**entary about sustainable farming methods that is directed by Kristin Canty. The doc**entary consists of individual stories that are very revealing and informing. The doc**entary travels throughout the United States and investigates the politics of small agriculture. The film could have done without the voice over by Kristin Canti but it is a small flaw in otherwise good film. I could not believe that our government is literally attacking small farmers and making it extremely difficult for good produce to reach people. I highly recommend seeing this film and telling others about it. Knowledge is power and this film definitely very informative and brave.
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