超碼的我Super Size Me

  美國人到底有多愛吃速食呢?年輕的美國導演摩根-斯普爾洛克大膽地以自己的身體當成白老鼠做實驗。連續30天,三餐只能吃麥當勞所賣的食物,連飲用水都取自麥當勞,為了證明絕非做假,他特別找了 3位醫生為整個實驗過程做紀錄,定期追蹤他的健康狀態。

中文名:超碼的我  更多…
英文名:Super Size Me
別名:不瘦降之謎/麥胖報告/超級漢堡王/大號的我
時間:2004年01月17日
片長:100 Mins
類型:記錄 喜劇
導演:摩根•斯普爾洛克 Morgan Spurlock
主演:摩根•斯普爾洛克 Morgan Spurlock
   John Banzhaf
   Bridget Bennett
   Kelly Brownell
   Ron English
   Jared Fogle   地區:美國,語言:英語,字幕:英文
劇情介紹:
  美國人到底有多愛吃速食呢?年輕的美國導演摩根-斯普爾洛克大膽地以自己的身體當成白老鼠做實驗。連續30天,三餐只能吃麥當勞所賣的食物,連飲用水都取自麥當勞,為了證明絕非做假,他特別找了 3位醫生為整個實驗過程做紀錄,定期追蹤他的健康狀態。在這場瘋狂的實驗展開之前,史普洛克擁有6呎2的身高,185磅的體重,其健康狀態幾乎媲美職業運動員。但在狼吞虎嚥一個月的漢堡、薯條後,悲劇發生了:史普洛克的膝蓋因為驟增的重量而感到酸痛。
  為什麼美國人都這麼胖?!影片通過分析食用速食的物理成分,化學作用後熱量的分析,作出判斷。根據調查37% 的美國兒童和青年人吃太多的速食。而三分之二的成年人體重超標。這是因為缺乏自我控制能力,還是應該將責任置於速食公司如麥當勞等身上?
  導演摩根-斯普爾洛克為此在號稱美國“最胖的城市”休斯頓採訪了近20位專業人事。從健身教練到兒童食品廚師,從相關法律制定者到那些胖子們都有。而這些人的觀點,感受和發現都為問題給出了較為清晰的答案。本片導演第一部電影作品,此前他一直從事節目策劃和編劇的 工作。此片獲得第24屆聖丹斯電影節紀錄片的導演獎。
  這是一部有趣的紀錄片。針對麥當勞速食和美國人身材肥胖等健康問題之間的關係,摩根策劃了一個“以身試法”的實驗方案:在一個月裏,除了去麥當勞點餐,他不再吃別的食物。在一日三餐麥當勞對腸胃狂轟濫炸後,摩根發現了自己身體急劇的變化:體重飛漲30磅,血壓飆升,精神倦怠,呼吸悶滯,性生活品質驟降。摩根用親身的試驗結果,告訴那些依戀速食速食的人們,回歸健康膳食是如何的迫切。否則,就像摩根的遭遇一樣,連女友都快要被嚇跑!
  Several legal suits have been brought against McDonald’s Restaurants that they are knowingly selling food that is unhealthy. Some of the court decisions have stated that the plaintiffs would have a claim if they could prove that eating the food every day for every meal is dangerous. As such, documentarian Morgan Spurlock conducts an unscientific experiment using himself as the guinea pig: eat only McDonald’s for thirty days, three meals a day. If he is asked by the clerk if he would like the meal super sized, he has to say yes. And by the end of the thirty days, he will have had to have eaten every single menu item at least once. Before starting the experiment, he is tested by three doctors – a general practitioner, a cardiologist and a gastroenterologist – who pronounce his general health to be outstanding. They will also monitor him over the thirty days to ensure that he is not placing his health into irreparable damage. He also consults with a dietitian/nutritionist and an exercise physiologist, the latter who also deems him to be above average fitness. As it mimics the lifestyle of those who eat fast food, he will also do no exercise for the thirty days, limiting himself to under 5,000 steps per day (the approximate equivalent of 2½ miles). These health and medical experts have some predictions about his general health and wellness by the end of the experiment. His vegan chef girlfriend also has some predictions about how this experiment will affect his mood and therefore their relationship. As he goes through the experiment, he speaks to a number of people – many experts in their respective fields – on the pros and cons of the fast food lifestyle. Just over halfway through the experiment, it is evident that even the experts can be wrong, and not in a good way.

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