King Corn (2007) is documentary that starts with two recent college graduates from Boston finding out (through hair testing) that their body mainly consists of corn. This discovery leads them to relocate to Iowa and convince a farmer to let them grow one acre of corn all by themselves in hopes of finding how their corn makes it from the field to the body.
This entertaining documentary includes facets of the history of corn, farm life today, implications of corn on livestock production, and how corn goes from the field to almost everything we eat today. Even if you didn't grow up on a farm like I did, you will find this very interesting (and probably disturbing). Check it out today!
EVPL's Catalog Entry
King Corn Website