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Everybody's Nuts (2010)

In California's San Joaquin Valley agriculture and oil power the local economy. When immigrant farm laborers decide where to live because of where they work, adverse effects on their ... See full summary »

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In California's San Joaquin Valley agriculture and oil power the local economy. When immigrant farm laborers decide where to live because of where they work, adverse effects on their well-being may soon follow. 'Everybody's Nuts' documents the collision of symbiotic worlds This scenario in the forgotten landscape between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Written by Anonymous

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October 2010 (Austria)  »

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Narrator: Before I forget, he would not want to lose his Christmas bonus. The last one included: four oranges, two pomegranates, half a pound of almonds and a t-shirt that advertises the company's latest enterprise that sells pistachios under the name "Everybody's Nuts" in a XL size two sizes too big.
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23 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

A developed nation goes nuts while providing goods to itself and polluting the environment heading to problems just as catastrophic as the ones faces in under developed nation is the premise of "Everybody's Nuts". A slow and monotonous picture that has plenty to say about who suffers the most in realities like that: the Latin immigrants (in this particular case as evidenced by its director/narrator) who live in São Joaquin Valley trying to work as farm laborers, same area oil companies tend to explore and contaminate their water supplies.

It doesn't make you feel as it should and could. The thematic is good but all we have is the places, the polluted scenery melting under the sun instead of seeing the victims of such calamity. Real or not? Not sure, but probably close to an already existing situation. The title couldn't have been better. Watch it and find why. 7/10


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