Welcome to the final installment of Farmed and Dangerous by Chipotle, a satire about the “outrageously twisted and utterly unsustainable world of industrial agriculture”. My favorite line: Industrial agriculture – improving nature as god intended us to! Watch and enjoy!
In case you missed them:
Part 1 can be found here: http://wp.me/p3RNDT-dO
Part 2 here: http://wp.me/p3RNDT-dV
Part 3 here: http://wp.me/p3RNDT-e4
I loved all of the food and health-related issues that were addressed in a sly and humorous way. The plot twist in the end about animoil providing cover for slipping oleyum into the human food supply (without evidence that it is safe) was masterful because that is how our corporate food supply is managed. Why prove that a new product is safe over the long haul if there is money to be made in the short term? The shot at the end of the obese family consuming several oleyum products was a sharp commentary about the effect of industrial junk food on our waistlines. Yes, there is an intimate relationship between what we put into our faces all day long and our health. Chipotle clearly gets it and for that I am appreciative.
So what did you think of Farmed and Dangerous?