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Film Review - Percy Vs Goliath


Tales of little people taking on the ruthlessness of Big Agriculture have been told before, but “Percy Vs Goliath” hopes to approach a larger story of injustice with an intimate tale of farm life. The screenplay is based on the true story of Percy Schmeiser, who was targeted by Monsanto, accused of stealing their GMO seeds for use on his land. The ensuing legal battle carried on for years, and the writing details all sorts of courtroom confrontations, but the overall focus of the film remains on Percy, who was made to look like a thief. The arc of innocence is carefully constructed by writers Garfield Lindsay Miller and Hilary Pryor, who pay attention to Percy’s emotional journey, but they can’t always create a compelling movie out of this experience, and director Clark Johnson’s folksy take on the struggle doesn’t exactly crank up the pace of the low-key endeavor. Read the rest at


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