When her son's persistent rash won't subside, a mother begins investigating and finds herself pulled into the battle between small town organic farmers and Clonestra, a corporation profiting from GMOs.
Political thriller set in the world of GMO's (Genetically Modified Organisms). It follows a single mother who goes on a journey to uncover the cause of her son's mysterious illness. Interwoven are the stories of a CEO grappling with his son's autism, an organic farmer in danger of losing his farm, and two scientists on the brink of a major discovery.Written by
Many of the scenes were shot in the Natural History Building on the University of Illinois campus. The building was available as it had recently been deemed structurally unsound (and would later undergo an eighty-three million dollar renovation). The metal pillars in the hallways were actual support beams. The lab in which Kunal Nayyar and Anthony Edwards worked, was an evacuated honors class lab for Integrative Biology students. See more »
I enjoyed the actors and plot . In fact watched it twice over the last 2 months. I am concerned about gmo seeds, and have ready a lot of shady goings on with Monsanto. Seed police , suing farmers into bankruptcy, going after seed washers,lack of real long term studies (been lookin for them) etc, etc.
I see the blanket statements on ads saying " We use all natural healthy ingredients and gmo grown produce which has been found to be perfectly safe as though it were fact? Obama said 7 years ago all gmo would be labeled??
I honestly think it looks just like big tobacco....and later the sugar industry.
I liked the movie sugar coated too.
The movie had action,human interaction and suspense. It was done well, with smooth transitions scene to scene.
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