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2004.04.21

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Mike

Not sure that the intent was to specifically blame Maccas or any particular fast food chain. Although it seems that way, he does make specific references to lifestyle changes that now include all of us eating out more - Maccas or otherwise, these foods are shown to be more calorie laden than what we'd generally produce at home.
I think the notion that this is a misrepresentation needs to be approached carefully - it's easy to watch the film and think that it's pointless as it's obvious that ill effects will come from scoffing down hamburgers and fries. But the real target, at least from my viewing, was our own lack of accountability to ensure we eat right and get the exercise required.

Beez

"But the real target, at least from my viewing, was our own lack of accountability to ensure we eat right and get the exercise required."

Heh. I doubt that was the filmmaker's REAL target, since he didn't seem to protest when people used this movie as a bludgeon to force McDonalds to stop selling Super-Size items.

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