This film was a real eye opener to me. I knew that our food was made of several different animals, but in the film it mentions that our ground beef is made up of thousands of cows, cows that were fed the wrong food and have ebola in their stomach. These cows are grown for the specific purpose of getting fat and the "growers" dont care about the actual cow. It also opened my eye to local economies, such as the farmers market. It shows that one farmer that does everything right. lets the animals grow naturally and eat grass, etc. which makes me only want to eat food from the farmers markets. I read in a review that really stuck to me is that "Our food is killing us and Director Robert Kenner is trying hard to get us to rise up and scream that we're not going to take it anymore, with mixed results"