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Transgenic Wars

3.8.15

Transgenic Wars: [gmwatch.org] Transgenic Wars is the English language version of Moreira's “Bientôt
dans vos assiettes” (“coming soon to your dinner plates”), a documentary
first broadcast on French TV last autumn. The English version of the
film has already been shown on Dutch TV, despite Monsanto's best efforts
to block the broadcast. It's now available at a very reasonable price as a video on demand via Vimeo. It's also available on DVD.

Although
the film was made primarily for French TV, it's international in scope
and for a non-French viewer it isn't unduly focused on France. At 52
minutes in length, it's significantly shorter than the French original,
but it works well at this length. It's a taut, well-paced and absorbing
documentary that takes us from Europe to Latin America and back again,
all the time bringing out the geo-political significance of the GM
debate while effectively illustrating its points by focusing in on
specific individuals and events. With not just the narration but many of
the contributions in English, it doesn’t really feel like you’re
watching a foreign film.


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