REVIEW: Super Size Me
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Super Size Me
Imagine a cross between Mike Moore and a dietician. The result is an explosive experiment in, and expose of, fast food. It certainly convinced us to avoid fast food as if our lives depended on it. Wait a minute...they do!
Morgan Spurlock, winner of the best director award at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival, takes you on a drive-through documentary that sees him as his own guinea pig. Watch as he tests, under medical supervision, just how healthy fast food is for a human being. He forces himself to eat only fast food and logs the results. Within days the results are terrifying.
Questions we were left asking included:
1) How can something so potentially dangerous in large doses be so unregulated?
2) How does the Fast food industry affect human rights and the environment?
This film is a must-see and gets a City Hippy rating of '5'.
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