follows a predictable story arc, has a cheesy ending, and doesn’t give any counter opinion, but that’s about the worst i can say about it. it makes a strong scientific, legal and moral case against gm foods, and does so without too much fluff. it also synthesizes a lot of information on the subject in one place – stuff you get glimpses of from other sources – but with more depth. a couple of the stats i heard struck me as dubious, but i believed the majority of the film’s case and it, more than anything, confirmed what i knew already: monsanto (and large corporations in general) are greedy and evil, the government is run by people who have either been in those corporations or are in their pockets, science will never stop “moving forward,” and we could learn a lot by just looking at nature. i would have liked to see more balance and a greater number of interviewees.