Green Revolution, a feature-length narrative screenplay, probes the depths of man's drive to control his fate and conquer his environment. Spanning decades in the life of Samuel Patrick, the narrative charts the rise and fall of an American farm and farmer during and after the agriculture revolution. Seen not only through the sweeping consequences to the farm but also through the profound psychological effects these broad changes have on the men and women who depend on this farm, Green Revolution also presents a commentary on unchecked scientific progress, capitalism, and American life. The hope in writing Green Revolution was to bring awareness to the plight of the small-time farmer while also entertaining the viewer. This paper briefly examines the history and context of the Green Revolution, modern-day agricultural practices, and examples of films relating in both substance and style. Furthermore, it discusses my strategy for balancing these competing motifs, as well as my general writing methods.