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Movie: Food, Inc. / Dinner: Soy & Sake

Join us Saturday, June 13, 2009 for the 3:15pm screening of Food, Inc. at the Film Forum (209 W Houston St. bt 6th/7th Aves).

This is a joint outing with the NYC Vegan EatUp, NYC Animal Advocacy Network, Metro NYC Environmental Meetup, and the New York LGBT Movie Fan Meetups.

After the film, we will walk over to Soy & Sake (47 7th Ave S @ Morton St.) for a vegetarian meal and discussion about the film.

*** Nota bene: Before RSVPing, please read our guidelines: About*** Please be prepared to: * Update your RSVP (day-of "Maybe"s will be considered "No"s)
* Arrive by 2:45pm and look for familiar faces in the ticketholders line Highly recommended

This movie screening is a limited engagement likely to sell out, so please buy your ticket in advance guarantee yourself a seat. Be sure to select the 3:15pm show on Saturday, June 13th!

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Watch the trailer.

How much do we really know about the food we buy at our local supermarkets and serve to our families? In FOOD, INC., producer-director Robert Kenner and investigative authors Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation) and Michael Pollan (The Omnivore’s Dilemma) lift the veil off of the food industry – an industry that has often put profit ahead of consumer health, the livelihoods of American farmers, the safety of workers and our own environment. The filmmakers expose the highly mechanized underbelly that’s been deliberately hidden from the American consumer. They illustrate the dangers of a food system controlled by powerful corporations that don’t want you to see, think about or criticize how our food is made. FOOD, INC. also reminds us that despite what appears to be at times a hopeless situation, each of us still has the ability to vote on this issue every day – at breakfast, lunch and dinner.

USA • 2008 • 93 MINUTES “More than a terrific movie – it’s an important one.” – Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly

“With a constituency limited to anyone who eats, FOOD, INC. is a civilized horror movie for the socially conscious, the nutritionally
curious and the hungry… aesthetically polished and politically urgent… does for the supermarket what JAWS did for the beach.”
– John Anderson, Variety

“Superb. An elegantly constructed and absorbing analysis.”
– Nicolas Rapold, Film Comment

“Kenner crafts an intelligent, visually compelling argument grounded in old-fashioned investigative research and journalism.”
– Maria Garcia, Film Journal International

“The film I have always been waiting for.” – Alice Waters, award-winning chef, author and natural food advocate

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  • A former member
    A former member

    It was pretty difficult to find the group. My roommate noticed a group huddled together walking away and I scurried over to ask if they were part of the meetupgroup...a meeting spot, a sign, or even a few minutes of waiting around after the movie would've been nice.
    Once we arrived at the restaurant, I noticed a diverse mix of people from overlapping meetup groups, adding more dimensions to the group. The conversation was less centered around the film. I interpreted this as an easy-going atmosphere that allowed for conversations to flow and generate as is.

    June 14, 2009

  • Chris

    Movie was great. Would have been helpful if there was a sign indicating the Meetup group. Soy and Sake was a great venue and the conversation was wonderful.

    June 13, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    It was an opportunity to see an important movie with people who care about the issues that were the subject of the movie and to have conversation with them over a lovely vegitarian dinner.

    June 13, 2009

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