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King Corn & Ethanol Exposé




Earth Cinema Circle’s documentary, King Corn, reveals the politics behind the subsidized crop that drives our fast-food nation. Just about everything most Americans eat contains it: high-fructose corn syrup, corn-fed meat, and corn-based, processed food.

King Corn is one of the most important films you can see to better understand government policies behind the corn industry and the ethanol movement,” says co-host Ed Begley, Jr. It’s why drivers now pump this biofuel at the gas station, even though ethanol requires more energy to make than it delivers.


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