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"King Corn" (2007/2008) in Longwood Medical Area 下午6点到晚上8点

Learn about how American agriculture results in much "fast food" and how the "background agriculture" looks, and why both human health, animals, and the physical health of the land on our continent are so negatively affected.

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King Corn 2007

Film 7/10-IMDb
96% approval from Rotten Tomatoes 
King Corn is a 2007 documentary film released in October 2007 following college friends Ian Cheney and Curtis Ellis as they move from Boston to Greene, Iowa to grow and farm an acre of corn.  
Wikipedia Release date: October 12, 2007 (USA) 

DirectorAaron Woolf 
Running time: 90 minutes 
Initial DVD release: April 29, 2008 
ScreenplayCurt EllisIan CheneyAaron WoolfJeffrey K. Miller

Curt Ellis 
Ian Cheney 
Michael Pollan

Earl Butz, former US Secretary of Agriculture

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