After years spent munchin’ on reconstituted pigeon anus and processed shame nuggets, the generation raised by the microwave has finally decided that it was going to try this whole “actual food” thing that the rest of recorded history had been ravin’ about. Ingredients, showing over at the Brattle, documents America’s re-discovery of agriculture, and how local food movements across the nation are striving to introduce the Kids of Kids Cuisine to greens that are, well, actually green. Rather than a sort of … light beige. Catch the panel discussion after the flick and join the war for your innards. [TUES. 6.7.11. 40 Brattle St., Cambridge. 671.876.6838. 7pm/$7]