Everything's Gone Green (2006)

I'm a big fan of Vancouver author Douglas Coupland and so I was tickled when Amber brought this film home. Coupland debuts his screenwriting abilities in Everything's Gone Green.

In an age when everything is commoditized, protagonist Ryan discovers that everyone around him can be bought too - worse! even he can be bought. Money rules in his family, friends, relationships, and even in his job as a lottery winners newsletter photographer. He must make difficult moral choices in the end, just to be true to himself.

I really enjoyed the film. Coupland bejewels this tale of caution with quirky characters, Canadian flavour, and super value.

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