Anyone reading this article can tell you that we live in two different worlds. As you watch the chem trails get sprayed overhead and wonder why no one does anything, remember no one can do everything, but everyone can do something [outside their comfort zone].
Chipotle‘s latest thing is Farmed and Dangerous. The NEWS shows you, the viewer, a backstage look at who and why this Hulu film project is a happening that’s rippling through the business news posts and has been for weeks. Beyond that, the rationale shines a moral light on an industry that was rejected in Europe and in more than 64 countries worldwide.
With the dialogue as written but the expressed logic stated, the themes taken for granted in the series are the very ones buried, hidden, or flimflammed away by media hocus-pocus not reporting the real news behind the news. An example of this is the abrupt cutoff of Chip’s organization description by The Morning Show hosts crew. More in your face jokes appear as the acronym of the Industrial Farm Image Bureau or ‘I FIB’, a colloquialism corrected by straight faced Sophia to Chip’s flippant attitude in the series opener.
Hearing the actors convey their motivation or their learning curve advanced by being a part of this project is worth the double click through to the second page for the 3 minute+ video.