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A Place at the TableThis is meaningful documentary about America’s food deadlock that was underwent by millions of Americans.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: United StatesDuration: 84 minQuality: HDRelease: 2012IMDb: 6.8Keywords:
Actors of "A Place at the Table"
Directors of "A Place at the Table"Kristi JacobsonLori Silverbush
Critic Reviews of "A Place at the Table"Globe and MailApril 05, 2013
Hunger in America is not about a shortage of food but an abundance of poverty. This is where the spiral spins downward.Toronto StarApril 04, 2013
A shocking indictment of how people are starving in the land of plenty ...Denver PostMarch 08, 2013
You don't have to be a fan of info-graphics in social-justice docs to be troubled by one showing that the price of processed food has decreased in almost exact proportion to the rise in cost of fresh fruits and vegetables.San Francisco ChronicleMarch 07, 2013
"A Place at the Table" presents a shameful truth that should leave viewers dismayed and angry: This nation has more than enough food for all its people, yet millions of them are hungry.Christian Science MonitorMarch 01, 2013
One thing is clear from "A Place at the Table": You cannot answer the question "Why are people hungry?," without also asking "Why are people poor?"TIME MagazineMarch 01, 2013
It specifically addresses our country's hunger crisis. But it also speaks to larger hungers. Hungers for independence, a dignified life, a better chance for ones children-in short, the American dream. See it and weep.America MagazineNovember 17, 2015
[A] revelatory new documentary about hunger in the United States.Philadelphia WeeklyApril 28, 2015
An informative and often infuriating picture that deserves to be seen.Baret NewsJanuary 26, 2014
Tale of two Americas documentary highlights the plight of the 50 million poor folks who go to sleep hungry every night.Laramie Movie ScopeDecember 29, 2013
The saddest story belongs to a single mother who got a full time job and is now off welfare, but can't afford to feed her children on her salary. This is one of those movies that will make you mad, or at least it should.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsNovember 18, 2013
The pic might lack style to keep it exciting, but its public service message hits on a vital issue that should concern all Americans.Arkansas Democrat-GazetteAugust 16, 2013
presents us with the counter-intuitive idea that while Americans may be among the world's most obese people ... there is a surprisingly large segment of our population - nearly 50 million people - who are "food insecure"
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