In the documentary film The Education of Fredrick Fitzell, scientists determine a fungus that feeds on maple sap in the woods. The discovery of this fungus and its growth patterns led to the development of biofuel, which is of great importance to them. It is not known how long the fungus has been around, or if there are still more left in the forest.
There is not much of a problem with infection in the past, because there was enough food available to survive and there were survival rates that helped keep the population growing. However, there is a major problem with infection with this fungus. Infection occurs mostly in children.
Biofuel has grown rapidly in the past decade and so have the rates of infection with the fungus. The fungus is found more in the areas around Babbitt. When the children were taken away from their parents at a young age, they had much higher mortality rates and fewer survival rates. The same thing occurs with the adults.
The Serie A film has something to say about this blight. It deals with these young people that are unable to go home to see their families. They live in a network of tents and pavilions, their own homes and communities where many families have died or have moved out. Most of them will not return home for years, if ever.
The Education of Fredrick Fitzell should be a warning to everyone that this fungus has plagued us for centuries and will continue to do so. It is important to note that even some of the world's most successful businesses have succumbed to the fungus, killing their workers. Is it any wonder why we are the way we are today?
TheSeeds of Serie is a film that is enlightening and thought provoking. I'm looking forward to watching it again. I wonder if the film will touch on the fact that there are far more solutions to our problems than there are government programs?
I would like to see more documentaries like The Education of Fredrick Fitzell, but I doubt that the film series from Serie A will address all of our problems. If I could get a hint from a director, I would learn more about the social issues that affect society, and maybe promote my campaign to change the world. Hopefully one day we can have true enlightenment.
It is sad that so many documentaries on the internet focus on complaining about the same subjects. This is not a series that I would recommend for the viewing pleasure of children. It is a film about the human condition and I'm sure that anyone who has watched The Education of Fredrick Fitzell will agree that the subjects discussed are depressing, but the knowledge of these individuals makes up for it.