Making the urgent message about dental mercury’s harms memorable to the audience was essential to Moore, and he artistically decided to do this by highlighting the human element behind the issue. The filmmaker noted, “During the editing, I continually tried to bring the personal experiences of the individuals to the forefront while balancing the science and scandals that permeate this issue.”
It does a splendid job of explaining the situation, educating those just learning about this subject, and for that I'd give the film a solid five gold stars and some triple A* too! Now, when people discover they might have a mercury problem, here is an intelligent, well made film that asks difficult questions to the authorities, for which they have nothing, absolutely nothing except bland denial, to mask the ongoing deception.
This documentary reels you in from the beginning. If you question the validity of mercury amalgam safety this will take you into peoples lives who have witnessed the toxicity it causes. It very vividly reports the devastation that mercury fillings can cause . If you are having unexplained health problems you are going to cry during this film. The truth is revealed. You have been lied to by the FDA and the ADA. It is time (...)
Evidence of Harm is the defacto starting point for anyone wanting to learn about this subject, and everyone should. Well illustrated, well explained, well documented, well paced, easy to watch, deep enough to keep techies interested, and impacting enough to make you emotional. Well done!
Mercury poisoning is so prevalent today that everyone should see this movie to understand the depth and dynamics that mercury plays i(...)