Fed Up | 2014

Directed by: Stephanie Soechtig

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Main Plot

An examination of America's obesity epidemic and the food industry's role in aggravating it.


  • Michele Simon is a food policy advocate who exposes the influence of the food industry on public health. Michele Simon
  • Katie Couric serves as the narrator and investigative journalist, providing insights and interviews to expose the truth about the food industry. Katie Couric
  • Bill Clinton's character in Fed Up is used to highlight the political factors contributing to the obesity epidemic. Bill Clinton

Ending Explained

In the documentary "Fed Up," directed by Stephanie Soechtig, the film concludes by highlighting the lack of progress made in combating childhood obesity. It exposes the manipulation of the food industry, government policies favoring corporations over public health, and the failure of popular diets and exercise programs. The film ends with a call to action, urging individuals to take control of their own health and demanding changes in the food system to prioritize the well-being of future generations.

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Stephanie Soechtig Michele Simon Katie Couric Bill Clinton