Poison on the platter

Thomas Jefferson once cautioned that allowing the government to dictate one’s diet could lead to a deterioration of physical condition, akin to the degraded spirits of those oppressed by authoritarian regimes. This sentiment is echoed in “Poison on the Platter,” a thought-provoking documentary crafted by Mahesh Bhatt and Ajay Kanchan. The film lays bare the potentially negative impacts of genetically modified organisms on our health and well-being. Featuring a blurry and abstract visual, the frame appears to capture an assortment of organic shapes and lines intertwined, possibly depicting a close-up view of intertwined organic material or an artistic representation of cellular or molecular structures. The color palette is dominated by warm hues, with hints of crimson and amber set against a darker backdrop.

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