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Fresh [DVD] [2009] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005YFGIZM
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It's region 1 DVD but plays no prob on my computer and DVD player. Just sratching the surface on our crazy world goings on but it's a start. Thanks Ana
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8a89972c) out of 5 stars 390 reviews
57 of 59 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a912c78) out of 5 stars A must see! 1 Mar. 2012
By A. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is a powerful video, even better than Food Inc. in my opinion because it is a very well rounded look at what is going wrong with our food supply. It shows how both animals and produce crops are being raised, and the implications for our health and that of the environment. I really liked that towards the end, there were uplifting ideas for change. You weren't just left with a heavy negative feeling on your heart, and hopelessness. There were ideas we can all put into place, such as starting your own small backyard garden, or buying from local farmers. Two thumbs up!
59 of 62 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a912ccc) out of 5 stars A Well Meaning Documentary That Introduces A Few Options To The Industrialized Food System 24 Feb. 2012
By K. Harris - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
There is no denying that there is a good message and a big heart behind the documentary "Fresh." At a mere 72 minutes, the film raises a lot of points about sustainable food and the surrounding history which has given rise to the all-pervasive industrialized food system. By no means is "Fresh" the first or the last film that will cover this familiar terrain. It may not offer global solutions but, as a gentle call-to-arms, it showcases a number of success stories that highlight changes which can be made by ordinary people. And there's nothing wrong with that! One of the common problems with this type of presentation is that they tend to "preach to the choir." In other words, those that seek out a certain topic will probably already be knowledgeable about it. While "Fresh" may not offer much new information to those already invested in a healthier food movement, the anecdotal tales of its interviewees brings the subject onto a personal (and identifiable) level.

At the common sense heart of "Fresh" is the notion that our food system should be allowed to emulate the way things occur and thrive in nature. Makes sense, huh? If you take nothing else away from this documentary, this seems like a pretty solid point. On this end, the examples include a small farm where cattle are allowed to migrate so that grazing fields can replenish themselves. Some pretty distressing images are contained in an industrialized chicken farm where the animals are overcrowded, physically altered (beaks clipped, etc), and dosed with chemicals and antibiotics so that this unnatural lifestyle doesn't lead to mass death. On the vegetative side, I particularly enjoyed the sequence about ordinary people in an urban setting who have begun an impressive community garden and grassroots educational movement. On the economic side, we see how a grocery store chain in the Kansas City area is supporting the local co-op farmers.

These are but a few of the tales in this short film. In addition, we are treated to a number of interviews with notable personalities and experts in the field (perhaps most noteworthy is author Michael Pollan). "Fresh" may inspire you to think about your options as a consumer--they may not be as limiting as you think. But it also gives you some food for thought about things you could actually implement in your life if you were so inclined. The DVD has English subtitles, but no additional features aside from the theatrical trailer. Again, if you are a devout follower of the subject, nothing in "Fresh" will be particularly revelatory--but as an introduction, it works just fine! KGHarris, 2/12.
49 of 52 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a62d114) out of 5 stars FRESH makes you want to eat 8 Mar. 2012
By dirtmcgirt - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
FRESH is best summed up as this: if Food Inc. opened your eyes but made you not want to eat, FRESH will show you what's possible for the food we eat and make you want to cook up a storm of fresh, local, organic, and sustainable food. Definitely watch it!
33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a62d4e0) out of 5 stars Informative and Uplifting 29 Jan. 2013
By RC - Published on Amazon.com
Some documentaries about our food industry are just depressing and upsetting. This one shows intelligent educated farmers who have a legitimate plan for changing our food system. They provide good arguments for change and present facts to support what they are saying. What they are saying makes absolute sense and is inspiring. Instead of making you feel like a jerk for not throwing away everything in your kitchen and becoming vegan, they show how each of us can make small changes that can help bring about the changes that will lead to better farming, healthy eating and respect for animals. Highly recommended.
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8a62d090) out of 5 stars Inspiring and Uplifting 3 Jun. 2012
By Joseph A. Verica - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Lots of documentaries out there about food, health, environment, etc. This one is different. While is does point out many of the problems that have been highlighted in other docs, this one spends a good deal of time on solutions. Real life examples of how people are rising above the system and making it work! Highly recommended.
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