The documentary “Super Size Me” shed more light than most Americans would’ve liked on the state of our fast-food society and the health issues to which such restaurants often contribute. We must be gluttons for punishment, though, because the film saw a huge response at the box office and home rental, and the team that spawned it moved on to new issues to tackle via the film “Freakonomics.”
Freakonomics has just released on DVD, and we’re giving away one brand-new retail copy via this free contest.
In Freakonomics, six rogue filmmakers explore the hidden side of just about everything, from an amusing look at how the naming of babies can affect their economic status later in life to a look at corruption within the ranks of Japan’s sumo wrestling and a cash incentive program for Chicago high school students to get better grades.
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