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Food Evolution

Food Evolution is a movie starring Raoul Adamchak, Charles Benbrook, and Karl Haro von Mogel. Using the controversy over genetically-modified foods as its entry point, 'Food Evolution' shows how easily fear and misinformation can...

Other Titles
Toidu evolutsioon, Food evolution
Running Time
1 hours 32 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Scott Hamilton Kennedy
Writer
Scott Hamilton Kennedy, Trace Sheehan
Actors
Raoul Adamchak, Karl Haro von Mogel, Charles Benbrook, Tamar Haspel
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Using the controversy over genetically-modified foods as its entry point, 'Food Evolution' shows how easily fear and misinformation can overwhelm objective, evidence-based analysis.

Comments about documentary «Food Evolution» (15)

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Denise S.

I love this documentary. It's so informative and funny. It's a must-see. The message is clear and makes me think about what I'm doing in my daily life. I also recommend the documentary because it's so enjoyable. It's a fun, easy-to-watch documentary that's not about politics or religion. It's about what makes us human. It's about the simple things that make us human. I highly recommend this movie!

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Peter

I just came back from seeing the screening of the film at the Black Screen on Broadway, and I am so glad I did! I was in the audience for the last screening of the film, and I was so impressed with how great it was. I was very disappointed in how bad the reviews were. I didn't see a single negative comment about the film. The negative reviews were from people who either didn't see the film or didn't understand what it was about. If you haven't seen it yet, go to a theater and watch it. You won't regret it!

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Walter

This is an excellent documentary about the food industry and the use of chemicals in farming. It has a lot of information and facts. It shows how much work goes into the production of these foods. This documentary is very informative and well done. I recommend it to everyone who wants to know more about the food industry.

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Kyle H.

The only reason I am giving this a ten is because the viewer can't help but see the power and value of these animals and the great care they have taken to preserve them and preserve the land they live on. You don't have to believe in God to feel that this is an important film. People are living in a world that is going to be gone soon and that's what this film is all about. This movie is for everyone. It is an incredible testament to the power of a little bit of hope.

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Nicholas Oliver

This is the best documentary I've ever seen. I was too young to see it when it came out and I just can't believe how this movie got such a bad rap. I think that a lot of people just don't like this movie because they didn't like the subject matter. I think this movie really makes a point about what is really important in life and how the idea of evolution is not as important as what we see in our daily lives. It's really a beautiful film that should be seen by all. If you have a good sense of humor you'll love this movie.

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Christian Chapman

This is the most informative and moving documentary I've seen in my entire life. It should be mandatory viewing for every person and everyone should see this film. It will change the way you look at your food and how you treat your body. I have a passion for clean living and am a believer that food is not just food, it is also medicine. This movie is very educational and a must see for everyone. I can't wait for it to come out on DVD.

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Tiffany A.

This is a great documentary. I was a bit skeptical of this documentary due to its length, and the fact that the director was not a scientist. I was not disappointed. The way that the documentary was filmed was outstanding. The way that the scientists were interviewed was incredible. It was as if they were in the lab and they were talking to each other. The way that the footage was shown was amazing. The scientists talked about the issue, and the people in the audience were moved by the issues. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone. It is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

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Tiffany Ortiz

It was very touching to see how one family relates to nature. You can tell that their child is naturally curious about the world and can learn from their parents. The narrator says that they had to take the children to the dentist to remove the teeth they had been chewing on. The children learned that when they are having a bad day, they can cry and they can remember to "let the child in". If you can get an appointment, go to the dentist and watch the children. I think this is a great film to help you get out of your own way and understand the environment you live in.

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Stephanie G.

I'm a non-scientist but I find this movie very informative. I find it very intriguing and it helps me understand how life came about. I love the fact that it doesn't end with the human race being wiped out. That is my favorite part. If you have the chance to watch it, you should.

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Margaret R.

I just watched this film at the Reykjavik Film Festival. The film is a compilation of several interviews with leading scientists and other scientists, explaining why we should care about our own environment and why we should care about the environment as a whole. The film is highly recommended, especially for people who have studied biology and/or the environment and want to understand how it works. The film is a mix of the scientific, the personal and the political. I am a biologist and the film made me want to study more about biology and the environment. I highly recommend this film.

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Kenneth R.

I just saw this movie at the Los Angeles International Film Festival. The movie is based on a short book by Andy Bell, who also did the documentary on how the Bintu Indians in Papua New Guinea, New Guinea, changed their diet to a plant-based one. The documentary shows how they did it. In the book, they said that their diet was mostly meat, but now, they eat mostly plants and fruit. The movie shows the results of the transition. The movie is very well done. The actors did a great job. I really recommend it.

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Jeremy Hayes

This is a very powerful documentary about the environmental disaster that the United States has been in for the last thirty years. When the United States started in the early 1980's, they were the leader in the world in the protection of the environment. Now, we are on the way to being number one. The documentary has three major parts. First, it takes you through a series of the most powerful companies in the United States that have been involved in the destruction of the environment. The major companies are ExxonMobil, Chevron, and ConocoPhillips. Each company has been responsible for some major environmental disasters in the United States. We learn that ExxonMobil, the oil company, has been responsible for the largest amount of oil spills in U.S. history. The major oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico occurred in 1989, and the largest ever oil spill in the Pacific Northwest occurred in 1972. The second part of the documentary takes you through the history of the companies that have been involved in the environmental disaster. The history of these companies begins in the 1920's, when these companies were part of the American car industry. The company that is responsible for the largest environmental disaster is Chevron. They are responsible for the biggest environmental disaster in U.S. history, and it is the largest environmental disaster of all time. The third part of the documentary is a conversation with the people who are directly responsible for the environmental disaster. We meet the environmental leaders, the politicians, and the oil companies. The people are very honest about what they have done to the environment. The people who are responsible for the environmental disaster are very honest about what they have done to the environment. The United States is on the way to becoming number one in the world in the protection of the environment. We have to keep on going in the direction of protecting the environment.

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Andrew

I am a science teacher in a school with a lot of science subjects. When I heard about this film, I thought it was going to be one of those boring documentaries that just tells you what you already know. I mean, the movie is really long, but it's worth it. It's just a real eye opener and can help you understand a little bit about how you are thinking and how your brain works. It's not easy to do, but you can see the difference that science can make if you are willing to take the time to understand it. I highly recommend it.

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Joan P.

This movie is truly inspirational and inspiring. It's about changing the way you think and feel about food. I think this movie will change people's lives. I can't wait to see it again. It's a wonderful movie that I recommend to anyone and everyone. I hope everyone will watch this movie and learn something new about the power of food. I also want to say that I feel that this movie is very important and that everyone should see it.

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Beverly Kennedy

I can't believe I was so disappointed with this movie. I thought it would be a good documentary on the future of food and how we are being taken advantage of. But, it was so depressing. It was like they filmed a bunch of people eating an unhealthy diet and then the cameras were turned off. I can't believe they didn't tell the real story. The documentary is supposed to be a factual look at the future of food and how we are being taken advantage of. I think they should have made the movie with real footage and let people make up their own mind about the future of food. They just made a movie to convince people to eat more food. I don't want to know what the future will be like and I don't want to be informed. I will be more informed by reading about the future and how it is being changed by food. I don't think this movie is going to change people's minds. The only people who will be swayed by this documentary are people who have already made the decision to eat more food. This documentary is about as convincing as a bunch of people drinking beer and then turning on the cameras. I give this movie a 6/10 because of the great technical quality. I am impressed with the sound quality and the way the food was cooked.