Spurlock shows us that by all the different ratios, statics, research, and studies that are provided in the film.
He did a great job with making this film relatable to everyone.
The film-maker cooperates with three doctors (a gastroenterologist, a cardiologist, and a general practitioner) who indicate the changes in his physical and psychological state (Sheehan, 2005, p.69).
However, the principal idea to which Spurlock constantly returns throughout his documentary is that Mc Donald’s fast food increases obesity in the United States (Sheehan, 2005, p.68).
The more he ate in Mac Donald’s, the more side-effects he experienced, including depression, fatigue, sexual problems, headache, and chest pain.
The camera captures all emotional and physical changes which occur in Spurlock.I liked that he interviewed people off the streets, because it gave his film some sort of comedy and it also gave his audience different perspectives.What I noticed in this documentary was that Morgan didn’t just have three main interviews, he interviewed as many people as he possibly could.Lighting was good as well, I didn’t see any glares when he filmed people with glasses, the shots that he captured when it was day light was very clear, although there were some shots that were a little off balance.His sound was great, it was never to high nor to low, I could hear everyone that he interviewed.My favorite interview was with John Robbin the son of the late owner of Baskin Robins.It was interesting to hear and watch someone who grew up in the food industry talk about how bad it is for you, and later find out that he is a health advocate and author of a diet book.Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of UK Essays.In 2004, the American film-maker Morgan Spurlock made a documentary film “Supersize Me”.BUT I never knew how bad it was for, and what it could do to your body.Morgan Spurlock did an amazing job on this documentary.