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Based on a true story, Drama
Greg Kinnear plays a very odd sort of giant-slayer in this David-and-Goliath tale of one man versus a vast corporation. It's 1963 and Robert Kearns has invented a revolutionary new car windscreen-wiper for the Ford company. The only problem is that Ford doesn't want to give credit where credit's due. Cue years of legal battles, nervous breakdowns and moral crusading as Kearns struggles to get recognition for his genius. It's a powerful examination of how obsession can undo a man's life and his mind.
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