Move over Hannibal Lecter and The Joker, a new villain is coming to our screens. Superbly cast by Robert Kenner for his documentary Food, Inc, industrially farmed corn stars as the omnipresent agent of corporate greed lurking in the food chain. Kenner's film contains plenty of danger, mystery, heartbreak and acts of courage and hope - all real - and has finally made it to Hong Kong for theatrical release, on June 4. Those of you who missed the sell-out screenings at this year's Hong Kong International Film Festival - read on to find out why you shouldn't pass up a second chance to see it. Our global food system has not inspired much trust in recent years, with salmonella in peanut butter and pet food, fake eggs and melamine in baby formula. Clearly, those entities we rely on for sustenance do not always have our best interest in mind, but how has it become possible for them to put profit over safety? Are these large factory farms really the most effective way to feed the world? Are there alternative methods for producing healthy, tasty food? Food, Inc - six years in the making - offers timely answers to these questions and more. In it, you'll find the missing (from public view) links between what we eat, how it's produced and the cost to our health. With the help of investigative food writers Michael Pollan (The Omnivore's Dilemma) and Eric Schlosser (Fast Food Nation), Kenner lifts the veil on agribusiness practices in the United States, exposing the highly mechanised underbelly, hidden from the consumer with the connivance of the government. Through interviews with industry insiders, the film also looks at the organic food business' struggle to retain integrity as it grows to industrial scales and touches on regulation and labelling for cloned meat and products as they are poised to enter the food chain. Dense with intelligence, Food, Inc has no room for alarmist or sentimental antics. The only shock value is in the realisations you will come away with. 'It's a valuable movie for Hong Kong people. Sometimes we forget to take a step back and think about who we buy our food from and how that affects everything. This film should take care of that,' says T.V. Yuen of the Hong Kong Sustainable Agriculture Association. Thanks to Deltamac and Fortissimo Films, Post Magazine has 10 tickets to give away to our readers for a special screening of Food, Inc, on June 2. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, so drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to grab some (two per e-mail address).