Unsupersize Me
The Woman Who Lost 200 lbs in a Year

Passion River Productions
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Angelique

documentary is very film student-ish and not good film student either.

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Ricardo Escalante

I would like to have seen not just loss of weight in Tracy but also increase of her strength. I did not see her lift weights or do workouts on resistance machines. On the other hand, Tracy is always positive and that was great.

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Simon

100% on-board with this... Forget drugs and miracle diets, just cut back on meat, eat more vegetables and exercise. That's all it takes to have a healthier and longer life.
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