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A review of "Super Size Me"
Everything is bigger in America according to Morgan Spurlock, who has crafted a contemporary horror story by subjecting himself to thirty solid days of a McDonald's-only diet. Ugh1.
Under the supervision of a cardiologist, a gastroenterologist, a nutritionist and an internist, Spurlock explores the ritual delights of fast food, an American tradition. As Spurlock's health deteriorates and his weight and cholesterol balloon, he gives us frightening facts with the urgency of a dead man walking.
Sixty percent of Americans are overweight; in certain states almost one of four is considered obese. Couple this with the fact that McDonald's is attempting to Super-size the planet with their saturated fat-stuffed burgers and fries, and you've got yourself the makings of an intriguing experiment.
Spurlock's fiancee is horrified by her lover's McDiet. Along with an unhealthy pallor and flagging energy, Morgan's sex drive is merely a shadow of its former self. His mounting depression leaves little time for anything but periodic check-ups with his on-call docs, who are alarmed at the results.
Spurlock gains a hellishly unhealthy seventeen pounds in twelve days (almost twenty five in 7 o thirty days), while his liver metastasizes into a state of shock from the steady diet of sugar and fat.
The tension mounts as Spurlock endeavors to complete his investigation while racking up alarming symptoms that will seriously endanger his health. This film is guaranteed to keep you from entering a fast-food institutions for years to come.
McDonald's pulls in 46 million suckers2 a day, most of them yearning for3 the comfort and ease of a fast-food fix4. McD's junk food is worshipped to the tune of 1.4 billion of annual advertising dollars.
Shortly after the heavy-handed hype of Super Size Me at this year's Sundance Film Fest (where it won the Director's Award), McDonald's suspended Super-Sizing at all of its fast- food outlets. A small step for the man (Spurlock) and a big leap for mankind.
http://www.aufiTLUth.com/jeanne/reviews/superSizeMe.html A review of "Super Size
Me", by Jeanne Aufmuth
1. Ugh! :beurk!
2. Suckers : pigeons, clients nai'fs
3. yearning for : se languissant de...
4. fix : dose (pour un toxicomane)