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San Francisco Guardian:

"In this 30-minute ode to gluttony, self-proclaimed buffet connoisseurs arrange incredible and unlikely food combinations on enormous plates; casino employees, used to dealing with gob-smacking amounts of consumption, ponder how a horseshoe- shaped restaurant allows for “more flow.” Meanwhile, Sin City pigs grunt on a farm outside town, eagerly awaiting the leftovers.  After all, as the farmer's wife points out, humans and pigs have nearly identical digestive tracts...."

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Jeffrey Wells of Hollywood Elsewhere:

"Schull's doc is about the morphing process -- i.e., human beings devolving into pigs -- that happens whenever upstanding middle-class people are presented with a well-stocked buffet. Buffet starts out in a deceptively matter-of-fact way, then gradually becomes one of the most withering critiques of the Land of Gluttony I've ever seen. I felt ashamed of myself, and sorry for the pigs who show up towards the end of the film... I will never load up my plate with too much food again..."

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