I just got to see this movie on DVD, and I think that everybody that eats food that they don’t grow themselves should see it too. In other words, that’s just about everyone. This is a documentary about the way we think about food and about the way food is presented to us. It’s not a radical protest picture, or a gross-out film, although some of the things it presents are shocking. There are a lot of insights, like suggestions for ways to vote with your dollars, to know what you are eating, and know the politics (and huge corporate control) behind something as simple as a soybean or a hamburger. If you have ever eaten one of these, I highly recommend this movie.