UNITED STATES 1970s: A mother and father rush into an emergency room. The father passes his daughter to a nurse, who hands the child to a doctor.
UNITED STATES 1970s: A mailroom worker moves large bags of mail. He picks one up from a stack and pours its contents onto a table.
UNITED STATES 1970s: Close-ups of glass pill bottles on a white table. What appear to be a child's hands attempt to open the child-proof lid on one of the bottles.
UNITED STATES 1970s: A woman in a modern looking living room speaks on the phone while eating a cookie. Fade to the woman on the other side of the line who sits in a similarly styled living room.
UNITED STATES 1970s: A nurse waves goodbye to a young girl, accompanied by her parents, as they leave a doctor's office.
Packaged tomato products are labeled with Heinz stickers and packed in boxes.
Prior to processing of tomatoes, they are hand picked by quality control inspectors.
Before they go inside a machine for washing, tomatoes are inspected for quality.
Pails of tomatoes are hanged on a chain that carries them inside a manufacturing plant.