'At Any Price' Review: Light on Corn But Still Heavy on Fertilizer

While the 1980s farm movies ("Places in the Heart," "Country," "The River") tended to be about single-family agrarians fighting the banks to keep their patches of land, "At Any Price" delves into the survivors who have managed to hang on to their farms into the 21st century, now being urged to "expand or die" by grabbing up neighboring parcels.

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