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Food Beware: The French Organic Revolution (2008) More at IMDbPro »Nos enfants nous accuseront (original title)

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Film: Review:Food Beware: The French Organic Revolution

15 October 2009 12:02 PM, PDT | | See recent The AV Club news »

For those who haven’t yet had their fill of documentaries about how we all need to stop eating garbage, here’s Jean-Paul Jaud’s Food Beware: The French Organic Revolution, a film about how chemicals are seeping into our diets and giving us cancer. The movie’s title is odd—it’s almost like Jaud is warning food to watch its delicious ass—but that may be because it’s at least the third naming iteration. Food Beware used to carry the vaguer English title That Should Not Be; in French, it was Nos Enfants Nous Accuseront, which roughly »

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Wicked Stepfathers, Law Breaking Citizens and Wild Things

12 October 2009 9:13 AM, PDT | | See recent IFC news »

This week in theaters finds some late-to-the-party summertime silliness lining up alongside a couple of titles arriving three weeks early for Halloween. Elsewhere the arthouse scene provides a strong showing with Chilean maids, Filipino mothers and some good ol' New York psychos.

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The only person who's worked harder in the Filipino film industry over the past three years than director Adolfo Alix Jr., who's made 11 features since 2006, is his leading lady Anita Linda, who has made 13 in the same time and plays the title role in this minimalist mood piece as stand-in for an entire nation's embittered resilience. Captured in a series of long takes, the film follows our eponymous heroine on a mostly silent odyssey, casually aiding neighbors and strangers alike as she wistfully celebrates her 80th birthday in the shantytown where she lives. »

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