Sustainable

2016

Documentary / History / News

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Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 523

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1280*714
English 2.0
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23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
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Reviewed by larrys3 7 / 10

Uplifting & Important Documentary

This uplifting and important documentary focuses mostly on the 160 acre Illinois farm of Marty Travis, which has been family owned and operated since 1830. Travis, along with his wife Kris and son Will, is determined to organically grow quality yields that will shun the large commercial farm methods using herbicides and GMO's.

He has built up a network of chefs and restaurants in the Chicago area that want his product, and has also successfully joined in a collaborative effort with neighboring farms to schedule crop growth on an alternating yearly track that will not only satisfy customer needs but also keep the land they own sustainable for the future.

Travis, aside from the most important tenet of quality above quantity, really wants to help people achieve their best health and applauds others around the globe who work towards stopping environmental destruction. Later in the movie, we will meet other farmers and ranchers who share this goal and in their own unique ways have taken action to achieve it.

I obtained this doc, a film by Matt Wechsler and Annie Speicher, from my local library. It has on the DVD a 92 min. and a 52 min. version, and I watched the 92 min. one. Unfortunately, the DVD has no subtitles.

Reviewed by Dogznducks 10 / 10

Correcting a previous reviewer's statement

A previous reviewer stated the Amish farmer's interview ruined it for him. He quoted the man as saying "our SOULS are too degraded to support sustainable agriculture."

What the farmer actually said was " Our SOILS are too degraded to support sustainable agriculture, we need to be practicing regenerative agriculture."

Just like humans have to heal before they can have a healthy day to day life.

Absolutely great documentary.

Reviewed by halmagian-victor 6 / 10

Helpful but not quite ..

The quality of the documentary is ok, I mean the filming production. But if you look at statistics and trusted information you will find that it is not sustainable to raise lifestock or other animal products.

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