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(763) 8.1 108 min 2018

Eating You Alive is a movie starring Suzy Amis, Neal Barnard, and James Cameron. How and why what we eat is the cause of the chronic diseases that are killing us, and changing what we eat can save our lives one bite at a time.

Starring
Suzy Amis, Neal Barnard, James Cameron, T. Colin Campbell
Genres
Documentary
Director
Paul David Kennamer Jr.

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Paul David Kennamer Jr.
Stars Suzy Amis, Neal Barnard, James Cameron, T. Colin Campbell
Country USA
Runtime 1H 48M
Description How and why what we eat is the cause of the chronic diseases that are killing us, and changing what we eat can save our lives one bite at a time.

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Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 22:20

A documentary on the death of a British prisoner of war, James "Jim" Riley, in the Pacific during World War II. Riley was captured and held as a prisoner of war by the Japanese in 1942. The film is very much a look at the time period and the people who were involved in it. Riley was the only American POW to survive the war. The film is very well done, very well made, and tells the story well. It is not a documentary and there are no easy answers. The film does show the circumstances that led to the death of Riley, but it does not focus on the cause of death, which is a very hard thing to do. I was a bit disappointed that the film did not focus on the treatment of Japanese POWs who were held in American POW camps, but the film does not say that. It does not explain why the Japanese held American POWs in the camps, and it does not say what the Japanese thought of the Americans. The film does show that the Japanese did not like Americans and treated them as inferior. They also treated American POWs very poorly. I also think that the film was not as well done as it could have been, because there were a lot of times when it seemed that they were not recording what was being said. For example, the film was very poor in showing the scenes of the Japanese in the camps, but it did show the scenes of the American POWs. The film could have been much better if they had better recordings, and there were some great interviews with people who knew about the death of Riley. However, this is a good film. It is very well made, and shows a good look at the war.


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