Robert Schabus' popular documentary shows in an equally unadorned and unflustered way how things are in Austrian agriculture. As diverse as the farmers are, from organic farmers to conventional agricultural engineers, the tenor is unanimous: things will not go on like this. Something is going wrong. The industry's mantra - faster, cheaper, more - is becoming increasingly questionable.
"It is neither ethically justifiable nor in the interests of global resources if a liter of mineral water costs more than a liter of milk. This film makes it impossible to ignore that the next time you go shopping." DER TAGESSPIEGEL
José Bové, Friedrich Grojer, Ewald Grünzweil, Benedikt Haerlin and more