Super Size Me

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A 2004 American film produced, directed, written by and starring Morgan Spurlock, which documented a 30-day period during which he (1) ate only fast food and (2) stopped exercising—to mirror the average sedentary individual. The documentary intertwines the drastic effects of the 'diet' on Spurlock's mental and physical health, while examining the nutritional content of food marketed by the fast food industry
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