the theater or rent it on ITunes. The documentary received a great review in the popular site Rogerebert.com from reviewer Bill Stamets.
And if you have already seen the documentary, I suspect the review validates how most of us feel about this great movie.
Here is an excerpt:
Eat your vegetables, they're good for you. That's what we were told as kids. Documentaries are sometimes deemed the broccoli of cinema: more nutritional than enjoyable. "A Place at the Table," however, is a good documentary that is good for you.
The bad news is that broccoli and bananas are neither available nor affordable for many Americans. That's the message of Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush's "A Place at the Table," a necessary report on the national issue of hunger.
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