Adventurers, fanatics, exotic fruits and actor Bill Pullman are among the subjects of The Fruit Hunters, the new film from acclaimed director Yung Chang (Up the Yangtze). The Fruit Hunters takes viewers from through the ages of agriculture. Chang spent two years on the trail of fruit-obsessed horticulturalists, pomologists and everyday people. The film focuses on how we look at what we eat, and, by extension, what it means to be human. But the real stars are the fruits, presented in all their mouthwatering glory: cherimoyas, ice cream beans, durians and many more.