KING CORN (2007 USA)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.3|5.0 Starsìììì

King Corn—informative and worth watching—allows a peek into how government controls farm and farm product usage.

Storyline

Two researchers delve into the role corn plays in United States economy.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Aaron Woolf for directing effort. Thank you to Producer Aaron Woolf for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Himself (Bob Bledsoe), Himself (Earl L. Butz), Herself (Dawn Cheney), Himself (Ian Cheney), Himself (Don Clikeman), Herself (Elna Clikeman), Himself (Ken Cook), Himself (Loren Cordain), Himself (Curt Ellis), Herself (Audrae Erickson), Himself (Dean Jarrett), Herself (Sue Jarrett), Himself (Rich Johnson), Herself (Farida Khan), Himself (Steve Macko), Himself (Al Marth), and Himself (Scott McGregor).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. It’s a good watch for the introduction to the food industry and may answer personal questions related to establishing good health. It would be wise to do some research before watching to understand corn and its place in our society both as a food and other uses product.

Ben Meyers

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