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Video FED UP Q&A with filmmaker Stephanie Soechtig

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  • okay just a little bit that's big in the
  • movie you said throw out the feeling of
  • eat less exercise more yes just throw it
  • out
  • besides I feel better oh but we're not
  • saying that extra is good for you you
  • know as we say in the film a few times
  • exercise is good for your health it's
  • important students will do better
  • academically with exercise but the point
  • is that we're not going to exercise our
  • way out of the obesity epidemic and you
  • know that the idea that it's about diet
  • and exercise is really marketing sort of
  • disguised as science because as you saw
  • there just aren't enough hours in the
  • day to be able to exercise all that off
  • are you taking questions cuz there's
  • yeah we'll take questions in a minute
  • okay actually I were you shocked as I
  • was shocked but I went to school way
  • back when there were no fast food
  • restaurants selling their food in the
  • cafeteria I recently every year they
  • make me principal for a day at certain
  • schools because I'm the funding
  • principle but in Palm Springs look at
  • the schools that i visited they have
  • salads I don't know if it's goes the day
  • madam it's it's really healthy stuff
  • there's no fast food we didn't have soda
  • machines growing up you know when I was
  • the school that was unheard of wien
  • vending machines in my school years was
  • always gross I think we might be
  • different genders yes I have to say yes
  • um we I'll let you get away with that we
  • didn't even have soda back there yes
  • that's Tina I know but never you have
  • tab you tell oh yeah the time um you
  • know it wasn't it varies very much state
  • by state and it's gone by school but
  • even the ones that don't have fast food
  • you know Maggie was really egregious if
  • they had mcdonalds chick-fil-a it
  • rotated every day the week but even with
  • the don't I saw that they were still
  • like serving dominos you know argument
  • my school at least made their own pizza
  • mm-hmm um but you know it's still we're
  • not serving our kids the very best that
  • we could and we you know at the end it's
  • a very brief clip but you saw woman she
  • says you know by serving local beans we
  • say for four thousand dollars there's
  • this program cook for America and she
  • goes into schools and she teaches them
  • how to cook with their existing
  • equipment because a lot of schools don't
  • have the right equipment anymore but
  • even if you just have a microwave she
  • shows them how to cook from scratch
  • meals on the existing school lunch
  • budget so it's very possible to
  • yeah so in other word the solution seems
  • to be to stop being processed foods yes
  • carioca yeah easy solution right in your
  • kitchen easy okay I live alone or going
  • to be in the kitchen all day no okay
  • again the idea that it takes a long time
  • to cook or that it's more expensive is
  • again a marketing claim so the other day
  • I was Ivan newborn been on the road a
  • lot and I was exhausted and didn't feel
  • like cooking and I was like I have the
  • secret stash of frozen pizzas um they're
  • organic a little grain but still looking
  • pieces and I was like I'm just gonna
  • throw in a frozen pizza you know and
  • then I was like well it's going to take
  • me a couple minutes free the oven and 15
  • minutes or the beats to cook I can
  • easily just throw something together so
  • I think we also need to rethink what we
  • define is dinner right so when I'm busy
  • sometimes it's scrambled eggs and kale
  • it doesn't have to be a four-course meal
  • doesn't all have to be from scratch you
  • know again scrambled eggs and kale is a
  • spectacular dinner compared to a visa
  • you can do that I'm shocked that is
  • sugar and baby formula now that they get
  • a book to soothe you know they're
  • boarding I know and it's well yeah and
  • it's the fourth ingredient I find that
  • them the idea is idea from hooking them
  • when they're young very interesting
  • because when you hear the idea of nanny
  • state and government shouldn't be
  • telling us what to eat you know up until
  • now the food industry has been telling
  • us what to eat and so when you addicted
  • at that age there's already somebody
  • sort of setting their palates right
  • because those your palates get set for
  • life and it's very difficult to break
  • those cycles so it's an interesting
  • little factoid okay what was the
  • question it's like this is my fill Tommy
  • winter okay oh yeah great I love
  • actually I look like Oprah right now I'm
  • just wondering where shorty came from
  • which i had heard all my life that the
  • calories where you got the calories
  • it was just you know he had to burn them
  • a number of calories you've got and then
  • BG ok so just reduce your calorie intake
  • and everything we taken care of instead
  • of what he was describing about the
  • difference between calorie from a nut in
  • the calories Minnesota how it does make
  • yes so the all calories are created
  • football mantra started with the food
  • industry it slowly made its way out
  • through marketing claims and you saw
  • this you know really take off in the
  • early 80s right with with the low-fat
  • food craze when you know and I don't
  • know if you guys remember when snack
  • Wells came out we would just binge on
  • that thinking oh my i can eat all of
  • these they're not going to make a
  • difference and so it became a great
  • marketing claim because again that then
  • the onus is on you you're lazy you
  • didn't exercise them off so you know a
  • lot of times as you saw they by science
  • they influence science but i think it
  • just all so there's something it becomes
  • so ingrained in sort of the popular
  • culture because i still find it's hard
  • for me to grab both back cream cheese
  • you know if i want i I'm so like why
  • wouldn't I get below that it seems so
  • innocent and you look at it and when you
  • compare the ingredients low-fat cream
  • cheese is so much has so many more
  • ingredients than the fulcrum fat cream
  • cheese and it's just I don't know I find
  • it ironic that when you raised this way
  • even knowing the truth it becomes really
  • hard to sort of undo that that popular
  • thinking
  • so uh yeah I try to buy things with less
  • than five ingredients but a better rule
  • than actually counting the ingredients
  • is don't buy things with ingredients and
  • Pam pronounced because for example i
  • bought a like a wonderful bread its
  • fitness bread and it has six ingredients
  • and it would have been foolish for me
  • not to buy it because I knew it rain
  • greedy anon there I could pronounce then
  • they were all very natural ingredients
  • so the 51 is a good one to start with
  • but overall I mean if he you know if the
  • ingredients are kale kind of word don't
  • look exactly-- if it's a made-up word
  • asst is a better goal like thank you to
  • follow we should shop at Whole Foods
  • whole foods is coming September's
  • wonderful right um they implied in the
  • film that cheese was made from fat from
  • the outer skin melt is there any cheese
  • that's worth eating yeah so I know this
  • is an interesting point of cheese I feel
  • like I didn't do a great job as a
  • filmmaker because our cheese segment
  • gets to me misinterpreted quite often we
  • actually weren't saying cheese is bad to
  • me the whole point of the cheese segment
  • and it's funny because we focus group
  • this earlier and it came up a lot and we
  • kept trying to trick you to drive home
  • this message but I'm still hearing it
  • now the whole point of cheese was just
  • to show how the USDA across the board
  • has this rampant conflict of interest
  • and and cheese was a great example of
  • that she's generally buying for you and
  • there was a great article that just came
  • out in the Wall Street Journal taking a
  • different angle but I'll do the same the
  • same approaches the film was saying how
  • and why we started demonizing fat when
  • it's not the problem so
  • I remember anybody else have a question
  • let me call still here though won't you
  • comment on the artificial sweeteners and
  • stevia and equal and all I co stuff
  • great question and that was the first
  • question I had because i thought i
  • wasn't really eat sugar i use about it
  • and i was sad to hear that sugar is
  • sugar your body metabolism is it all the
  • same so and as you saw there was a
  • graphic that showed that you know even
  • high fructose corn syrup and studies
  • that compared high fructose corn syrup
  • to sugar saw no difference so and the
  • thing goes for refined carbohydrates and
  • starches so the white breads take my
  • potatoes below the neck it's all sugar
  • now keep in mind right because right
  • we're not going to go home and now
  • suddenly be deprived of anything nice
  • sugar in moderation is okay the problem
  • is what the point the film is trying to
  • make is that you've been inundated with
  • food claiming to be healthy that's not
  • right these yogurts that that are really
  • a dessert and these cereals you know
  • that you might as well have a candy bar
  • instead so it's the hidden sugars that
  • you really want to look for it's not so
  • much about the TSP that you put near in
  • your coffee in the morning if you as a
  • man use the American Heart Association
  • says consume 90 stones and a brave rule
  • of thumb this changed my life early on
  • four grams equals 1 teaspoon and that's
  • a great way because when you you know
  • when you look at grams you're like oh
  • who cares about that but then we were
  • just on the plane we were flying and my
  • husband showed me a yogurt that looked
  • very healthy right through all night
  • roll all this and there's three
  • teaspoons of sugar in there right there
  • were 12 grams and so do you really would
  • you would you really dump three
  • teaspoons of sugar in so for me that
  • teaspoon thing is just so much more
  • clear again grams industry is an
  • industry industry always fights we want
  • more clear labeling because graves are
  • confusing who knows what a grandma's
  • first I want to say thank you for
  • I'm actually a most local high school
  • biology teacher is a tool for you yes
  • well I actually wrote a course on
  • physiology of digestion I teach
  • nutrition in high school Oh awesome
  • first we should be up here instead of me
  • and I just I show documentaries like
  • this forks over knives a lot of the
  • other things in four years changed many
  • lives parents lives families lives kids
  • lives and something like this again is
  • kind of a catalyst for change and also
  • what's happening in the schools of
  • course the clusters of fast food
  • restaurants around the high schools is
  • also an issue because the kids they just
  • you know especially the athletes that
  • have to stay there till nine o'clock at
  • night they're eating fast food right so
  • one of the things that we're trying to
  • work on even with the Clinton Foundation
  • is education they pulled health from all
  • the schools as a graduation requirement
  • though most of all the schools here or
  • you mean nationally from here and it's
  • it's going more natural because they're
  • focusing on English and math and they're
  • taking health out of the school so NP
  • and also the kids are less active and
  • they're not getting the education and
  • that's one of the things that we're
  • myself and the kids were trying to find
  • this is the education and awareness and
  • that's what's changing lives at home
  • that's what kids are shedding pounds and
  • their family
  • changing to any because of awareness and
  • education Thanks I'm so glad you said
  • that because so you know when you make a
  • film like this it's really made to be a
  • tool for people and it's supposed to be
  • sort of step 1 I make the film and now
  • it's a now you guys have to do some work
  • now it's up to you to make sure that
  • people see it if you see this and you
  • think you know this really made me think
  • about things I can think of a lot of
  • people that would think about you know
  • things differently if they could see
  • that that's where it has to be sort of a
  • People's Movement where we say i'm going
  • to send a quick email to five of my
  • friends just saying i saw this film have
  • been playing in your town go see it or
  • sign up for the website but it really
  • needs to be an active participation with
  • with the audience and spreading the word
  • because it's an independent film we
  • don't have a you know a big marketing
  • budget and so we're really reliant on
  • word of mouth and I say that not just
  • shamelessly shill for my film I say it
  • because you know I did that I do this
  • for a living because when I was a
  • sophomore in high school I saw a diet
  • for a new America and it changed my life
  • it changed the way I ate and it said I
  • said I want to do that so I really
  • believe and we really had two kids in
  • mind what we needed in terms of wanting
  • it to be appealing to kids so I you know
  • would love it if you could organize at
  • your school to a field trip here and if
  • you go to our website you can see that
  • you can buy group tickets we also are we
  • have a resource where people can buy
  • tickets for kids and lower-income
  • communities and then you know we'll bust
  • them in that they can see it but it
  • really you know I want people to see
  • this and be mad you know that's why it's
  • called that up is because you should be
  • you should be fed up and it's time to
  • fight back and you know I hope real
  • progress comes for this so Helen what's
  • the website fed up moving calm will be
  • done yeah and right now we're doing a
  • 10-day sugar-free challenge so if you
  • sign up actually anytime you sign up
  • you'll get these daily emails with great
  • tips so I like of course everyone's
  • saying can I drink can I
  • I do this skinny like I'm very
  • interested in how this project came
  • about how did a team out of the team
  • form or you know he said katie couric
  • talk to you ain you're going to write
  • the movie but I mean takes a lot more
  • than writing and so forth so how did it
  • get financed how did the whole team kind
  • of come together what's the back story
  • okay thanks you know when you make
  • social issue documentaries people don't
  • really ask you filmmaking questions and
  • it's so much fun to talk about so I
  • started my company Atlas films with
  • somebody that i grew up with from fourth
  • grade on who was fortunate enough to be
  • very brilliant and he sold his company
  • to yahoo for a lot of money and he was
  • generous enough to put up the initial
  • seed money for the film and so and then
  • k started reaching out to people and you
  • know it took about three years for us
  • through various donations and you know
  • be glad you're not my friend or i would
  • have been knocking on your door and then
  • in terms of how the team came together
  • it was initially Katie and I and then my
  • team I have an amazing producer who I
  • produce my last film with and um
  • lawrenceville my last film was tapped
  • about the bottled water industry nice
  • pot that we have with you I have not
  • opened it um and so then about a year in
  • I was sitting in Katie's living room
  • floor we were sort of laying out
  • storyboards for the film and we say what
  • was the goal what's you know what's what
  • do we want to achieve and we said you
  • know we want this film to do for the
  • food movement what an inconvenient truth
  • did for climate change and I said why
  • don't we call Dory dated no she she
  • produced Inconvenient Truth and she had
  • just put out a cookbook so I knew she'd
  • sort of moved in the food direction and
  • we call thori and she was what we
  • emailed the way and she was just you
  • know over the moon and jumped right on
  • board and then Lori I wish you could
  • meet her because you would understand
  • Lori is an incredible force of nature
  • and has so much passion so she dome in
  • and then you know here we
  • three years later yes I have a question
  • you don't spend a lot of time on this
  • aspect of the problem in your film but
  • obviously our country will be bankrupt
  • 'add by a healthcare costs yes and we
  • just went through a health care overhaul
  • and that part of it really didn't come
  • into the debate and it is obviously it's
  • not going to work if we don't do
  • something about it so I wonder if you
  • could elaborate on that sure I mean we
  • have a few as you know a wing we have a
  • few bites in there right we say this
  • will bankrupt us 75 cents of every
  • health care dollar goes to promote
  • diseases so we we have a few bites it
  • ends up just being you know the nature
  • of filmmaking is you start with a four
  • hour cut and you say where can we lead
  • right where can we kind of pair things
  • down and what's going to feel cinematic
  • versus feel like you're watching 60
  • minutes or 20 20 great shows but not why
  • do you pay money to go to the theater so
  • you know we had I felt like we made the
  • point right wheatley say this is going
  • to bankrupt us we show that it cost 147
  • billion dollars to the country and then
  • you know how much dwelling on it could
  • we really do so I felt like it you know
  • I obviously would love to do you could
  • do a whole Philemon on how it's
  • bankrupting us and how it's affecting
  • health care but we gave it it's not and
  • then really just for timing sake kind of
  • had to move on that's what why would
  • mrs. obama speak to you because at the
  • end it said i could understand coca-cola
  • and crafts saying you know like
  • blackfish they couldn't get you know
  • SeaWorld talk but I was surprised
  • because mrs. Obama comes up very nicely
  • in this movie oh you think so I I
  • thought she came off pretty well i mean
  • i thought i was very fair to michelle
  • obama but i'm getting a lot of flack
  • hearing that that we really beat her up
  • and I actually don't think we did it all
  • I I thought we'd I don't think you beat
  • her up no no no holy why'd you tell her
  • that
  • I think people think that were really
  • tough on her and I thought there could
  • you hold Michelle yeah movie you know
  • I'm really glad to hear that though I do
  • think that she's done more than any
  • administrative that's what the movie hi
  • right thank you that was my intention
  • but let me just tell you that I've
  • gotten some calls saying what do you
  • have against Michelle Obama problems
  • there well there was a Republican here's
  • the movie gal I am the Palm Springs
  • movie gal my question was actually just
  • stolen by Bill about Michelle Obama I
  • have another question has anyone in the
  • press actually asked her why she refused
  • to talk to you I haven't seen that yet
  • and not to my knowledge I do you know
  • what she declined they were very
  • gracious and they said we have a blanket
  • policy we don't do documentary films
  • mm-hmm I mean you're the first night you
  • can break that policy I think you
  • probably have control over doing that I
  • think it's a shame that she didn't
  • participate um but I hope that they see
  • the film and I hope that they see this
  • as a vehicle to you know elevate her
  • platform and that they'll want to
  • participate I hope she thinks I was fair
  • as well yeah this gentleman a whole
  • bunch of filmmaking questions here do
  • you in the writer have a news background
  • how long did it take you to shoot all of
  • this what did you use to shoot it how
  • did you edit it and the legal affairs
  • question that you use a lot of
  • commercials obviously use you use them
  • without permission have you gotten any
  • calls from attorneys just a few groovy
  • question let me tell me if I miss any
  • but um we shot over the course of three
  • years we shot on the canon 5d primarily
  • um nothing really original um we used
  • all the commercials under the fair use
  • doctrine which is sort of covered in
  • documentary filmmaking and news that if
  • you use something you know that's out in
  • the public sphere to further your story
  • because it's new
  • related you are allowed to barely use
  • that even a documentary even in
  • documentaries I do have a news
  • background which is why I'm able to
  • really milk the fair use doctrine
  • collected a lot i started at ABC working
  • for primetime live and 2020 and then i
  • worked for wait for it bill oreilly for
  • two years don't hold it against me well
  • know your enemy what do you see this
  • movie um bill will not see this movie
  • but he did have Katie on your show
  • tonight we can't keep those attention
  • that long first but he didn't he was
  • very fair on her and actually he would
  • knowing bill he would actually agree
  • with far more than you think he would
  • have with this film should i come away i
  • come away from this movie empowered and
  • i have to change things but also come
  • away a little depressed because i'm up
  • against these huge food company lobbies
  • that you know the people from coca-cola
  • can actually sit in front of this
  • Congress and say it's perfectly healthy
  • it's one just like to say right people
  • did so do we have to like work against
  • Coco and put those labels on the caves
  • and make sure it so does not the schools
  • I mean is it depressing yeah you could
  • see I don't look at it as depressing I
  • look at it as a great opportunity I
  • think democracy is a participatory sport
  • and I think that we've gotten at just my
  • personal opinion I think people gotten a
  • little too comfortable in thinking that
  • somebody else is going to take care of
  • us and now when you see that sixty-eight
  • percent of the population is overweight
  • or obese I would hope that it while it
  • is depressing that those are the stats
  • it needs to make you angry enough to say
  • I guess we all have to do something and
  • it can be as little as voting with your
  • fork every day and not buying these
  • things but I hope it's a little bit
  • bigger I hope that you know this film
  • really starts a movement it's also but
  • what's the present seeing 15 year olds
  • weigh 400 pounds was that wasn't it that
  • it's terrible yeah it's criminal and
  • that's the legacy that we've left them
  • right by us thinking well somebody else
  • is going to take care of the problem so
  • I think you know it's time that we all
  • get fed up and
  • I'll do something about it friend great
  • film thank you for that I'm just kind of
  • curious is it too early to know anything
  • about the family's following up on those
  • four or five kids who we saw so they
  • just we just had them out for the
  • premiere in New York and I get almost of
  • this was all new information to them
  • right because we followed them and we
  • stayed uninvolved we got involved with
  • um one family Brady who you saw him gain
  • the way back dr. Hyman wouldn't visited
  • them and I can tell you that today's
  • Tina the mother has lost over a hundred
  • pounds Wow good for her she's not
  • dieting she's just eating real food so
  • why has Brady gain the weight back well
  • cool this is where you hear about the
  • environment right that you know when it
  • was during summertime when they started
  • eating real food and he dropped those 27
  • pounds when he went back to school they
  • had a fundraiser and asked him to sell
  • candy bars and Brady also happens to
  • live in a food desert with very few
  • options and when he needed to get a job
  • to pay for school he had to get a job at
  • bojangles which is a fast food
  • restaurant given the limited resources
  • so you know food addiction is a real
  • thing and battling that environment he
  • has lost we have great hopes for him
  • some people after seeing the film
  • together a little scholarship for him so
  • hopefully he can get out of bojangles
  • and focus on eating well and I just want
  • the other kid you know like the girl
  • there yeah what about the girl who gives
  • exercise evidence so we don't know
  • what's gonna happen right because she
  • literally saw the phone for the first
  • time last week so it'll be really
  • interesting now when I saw her at the
  • premiere she look pretty much the same
  • she hadn't gained weight but she hadn't
  • lost weight she is three years older so
  • I think it's you know somewhat
  • encourages a little bit taller her
  • hair's a lot longer um but it'll be
  • interesting I spoke to her mom and she
  • said you know what I couldn't believe
  • was in the scene where you're showing
  • how much sugar they eat every day she
  • goes you know i thought that nutella
  • that i gave her as a snack was like a
  • little treat for the day you know
  • one treat of sugar not realizing that by
  • then my breakfast she'd already maxed
  • out what she should be consuming in
  • sugar so I found that really interesting
  • to hear because what I saw her giving
  • her Nutella I thought he's so clearly
  • overweight why would you ever give her a
  • Nutella and then when I heard her say
  • that I was like that makes sense you
  • know she doesn't want to give her body
  • images image issues either so it was
  • interesting to hear that little light
  • bulb but yeah I can't wait to hear what
  • happens to them now labette boy let the
  • operation you know maybe for your
  • website you know sometime in the future
  • do some follow-up yeah i'm going to do
  • that yeah because I'm so eager to hear
  • and Joe what gastric bypass he has now
  • lost 100 pounds um but you know like I
  • so hesitate to say that because I that
  • should not be seen as success and I'm so
  • glad he did that but what does it say
  • about us a society when a 15 year old
  • has to resort to you know mutilating
  • procedures oh yeah it's so not easy
  • affair you know I do I know we really
  • struggled with putting in the film
  • because it does i know people see it as
  • easy but he you know he would a year of
  • counseling to do this and can't lose
  • weight to do it and i do a good
  • nutrition classes so it isn't exactly an
  • easy way out either question here do you
  • think there's a an interest or an
  • opportunity to explore the idea of
  • during the 70's was also the women's
  • movement yeah and by choice we didn't
  • have children and all of my friends who
  • do have children grab the chicken
  • mcnuggets I the freezer give it to em
  • and they'd sit down and eat because it's
  • fast maturity they're both working and I
  • see it as of this was not my household
  • or my mother so I correlate that there's
  • all these great things that happen to us
  • as women but there's also been at the
  • kids have been the side effect of what
  • not being able to do it all has been
  • because why
  • that it seems to me that there was a
  • meal there was they cooked it was not
  • processed we had a Cannes a six-pack
  • coke and it had to leave last four
  • people a week so that's what you know
  • that's what it was during the 70's so
  • I'm just wondering if you think there's
  • a there's an interest in that because I
  • think it's a one big failure of the
  • family and it's easy to say it's in the
  • schools but I think families have such a
  • showed responsibility yeah so this is
  • interesting and this was you know early
  • on a really big part of the film that I
  • unfortunately had to cut but mark
  • bittman tells a really interesting story
  • about you know following World War two
  • when women were taken back you know
  • they'll fill the job space and they were
  • thrown you know back into the kitchens
  • that there was some resentment right
  • they had gotten this taste of freedom
  • and being a part of something and wanted
  • to go back there and so on some dinners
  • frozen dinners came out and they seized
  • upon this idea of you more important
  • things to do right out of your way and
  • and they you know fed on that idea that
  • yeah I shouldn't be cooking and that
  • cooking was somehow demeaning right or
  • it was just women's work and I had an in
  • Canada an interviewer I've said to me
  • aren't you worried about what you're
  • going to the feminist movement are you
  • or aren't you essentially saying we
  • should put women back in the kitchen and
  • I said I'm saying we should put everyone
  • back in the kitchen absolutely it's
  • reflected it was yeah it was reflected
  • in the
  • when you saw everybody everybody okay
  • yeah I think and you know my dad's a
  • chef so the whole idea that it's women's
  • work is very foreign to me because my
  • dad cooked exclusively for us growing up
  • but i think i'm not sure if I'm
  • answering your question and I sort of
  • lost myself in it but I think again I
  • think it's you know the marketers really
  • sort of prey upon our vulnerabilities so
  • when this idea comes out that you
  • deserve better right then it suddenly
  • becomes demeaning to cook and I think it
  • starts a trend versus be really proud I
  • do think we're shifting the other way I
  • think looking kind of become cool again
  • with the Food Network and people are
  • foodies and and all of that but um I
  • think we thought I think we got a little
  • hoodwinked for a while so hopefully
  • we're waking people your question thank
  • you one time I had a weight issue I
  • decided to finally do something about it
  • lost 35 pounds of the weight initially
  • before going to my nutritionist but
  • Johnson's let me lose another 35 Wow
  • congratulations it's just and I know
  • what you're talking about with the food
  • and everything but you know there's so
  • many different things that we can do out
  • there but there's no one wants to listen
  • to anybody and the the kids are coming
  • today have no worth ethics they look at
  • the way it was you know I want the paper
  • I don't want the work but you know no
  • one this is to anybody these days
  • they're all to themselves the question I
  • have I mean I is even watching the Katie
  • Couric show last week and which brought
  • up this movie I go online looking for
  • any theater in the area and found out
  • there was only one out here that showed
  • that movie so I called my parents house
  • they cannot find a theater in their area
  • that even carry the movie and now they
  • want to see what I'm point
  • tonight so I'm fine buying the DVD so I
  • can take it back to them so they can see
  • what I'm going through way to David
  • Shepherd II know we are expanding and
  • and and I'm not sure we'll be in San
  • Berdoo you know first so I love this
  • story everything about it the weight
  • loss them that you watch the KP show
  • love how you sought us out that's like
  • incredibly moving and thank you for
  • sharing that it is you know again little
  • movie little marketing budget that's why

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FED UP Q&A with filmmaker Stephanie Soechtig, moderated by Bill Feingold at Cinemas Palme D'Or in Palm Desert, California on May 13, 2014.

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