ONE MAN DIES A MILLION TIMES – Review by Diane Carson

The title of director Jessica Oreck’s One Man Dies a Million Times announces dire prospects. Yet what follows delivers an encouraging, poetic narrative crediting dedicated scientists’ determination and nobility as they observe threats of “declining food security, climate change, monocultures, factory farming, seed patenting, and disappearing ecosystems.” Opening titles announce an arresting integration of past and future.

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