Sunday, September 30, 2007

Super Size Me

In the movie Super Size Me, there are many scenes that stick out. For me, the scene that was the most powerful was when he was interviewing the first grade students. When he interviewed the students, they were in a typical conference room with each child coming into the room one at a time. The studnets knew all about the fast food icons but struggled to remember many people important to American history.

I felt that this scene was powerful because it showed how advertisements for fast food restaurants are made to impact children. This scene shows that even though parents can try to shelter their children from such restaurants to help them in the future, it is pretty much impossible to keep the children from seeing any advertisement that is made for fast food restaurants.


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