A Green Story (2013)
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The story centers on the modern day Vlahakis (played by Ed O'Ross), who is diagnosed with cancer and given only few months to live. During this time, he reflects on his early life as an immigrant (played by George Finn) during the 1950's and ultimately decides to push himself to the limit by closing one final business deal that will concretize his company's success, even if it means taking on a large corporation that is trying to take over his company. -- (C) Indican Pictures
May 24, 2013 Limited
Indican Pictures - Official Site
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Though it's not that gracefully told and sometimes seems to exist just to plug eco-friendly cleaning supplies, "A Green Story" holds interest as a gentle, old-fashioned look at achieving the American dream.
This stately film lays out the good, the bad, the sad and the proud in stark patterns, to mostly soporific effect.
All we get in this extended publicity stunt is clichéd filmmaking, stilted performances and a self-aggrandizing hero.
A highly admiring documentary might have been preferable to this highly admiring feature which paints a blandly noble portrait of a worthy pioneer in the ecology business.
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