Everything about corn is interesting. If you take a look first at Food, Inc. (2008), you will know there’s a lot of power play and eerie stuff behind the booming of corn in America, at least for the past decade.
With King Corn, it seems that the premise would be a bit different but it will relate to political stuff at certain point and that would be the time when we will acknowledge that the truth might be scarier than how innocent the corn appears to be.
But anyway, I’m still looking for means to actually watch this documentary. So if you have one in your hands, lend me or ask me to watch it with you and let’s discuss it together. It would be fun!
The trailer is courtesy of Cinedigm as found in Youtube
Rian Farisa stars himself in a flick about how a culinary correspondent living a life full of adventures as if he will live forever.
At the end of the day, he lives to retell the chronicles of his swashbuckling daring gastronomic adventures like a bard singing his tales of beautiful faraway lands.
Since gastronomy consists of complex aspects and that is where his passion lies, he decided to unravel how businessmen, hawkers and luxurious restaurants alike, serve their dishes for the patrons. Whether they only serve for the advantages in taste or only the surroundings or whether they really throw anything for the sake of customer’s satisfaction, he shall be solely the only one who can tell and in the name of this noble profession, justice shall be done!
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