Morgan Spurlock, the filmmaker who ate hamburgers for a month for his documentary, died at 53

Morgan Spurlock, the filmmaker who ate hamburgers for a month for his documentary, died at 53
Morgan Spurlock, the filmmaker who ate hamburgers for a month for his documentary, died at 53

Super Size Me, also known as Súper Engórdame, was part of the childhood of an entire generation. Her family confirmed her death to the public. We tell you what is known.

The renowned filmmaker Morgan Spurlockknown for his documentary Super Size Medied this Thursday at the age of 53, as confirmed by his family.

Spurlock, who For a month he experienced on himself the effects of eating only at McDonald’sdied “peacefully surrounded by family and friends in New York” due to complications derived from cancer, according to a statement issued by his loved ones.

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His brother, Craig Spurlockexpressed his deep sadness at Morgan’s departure: “It was a very sad day when we said goodbye to my brother. Morgan gave so much through his art, his ideas, and his generosity. The world has lost a true creative genius and a special man. “I’m very proud to have worked alongside him,” Craig said, according to the newspaper. Guardian.

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Spurlock, in addition to Super Size Me, directed other notable documentaries such as The Greatest Movie Ever Sold and We Owe You Nothing. His work was characterized by his social criticism and experimental approach, often using his own body as a tool to explore different themes.

His popular documentary Super Size Me rose to fame and educated a generation

Super Size Me not only created a huge stir in the film industry, but also sparked a major debate about fast food culture and its effects on health, especially in a country like the United States, where obesity affects a 30% of the adult population, according to data from the National Institute of Health.

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The film, which grossed around 22 million dollars at the box office, It has become a valuable educational tool. Currently projected in various schools as teaching material to raise awareness among students about the risks of a diet based on fast food and the importance of healthy eating.

 
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