Unacceptable levels / Executive producer, Peter Kindersley ; written, directed, and produced by Ed Brown.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Ohio Twp PL - Bell Road Library||DVD 362.196 UNA 2013 (Text)||39206021018062||Audiovisual - DVD||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 DVD video (75 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Place not identified] : [Publisher not identified], 2013.
- Distributor: [New York, N.Y.?] : Distributed in the U.S.A. by Macroscopic Media, LLC, .
- Copyright: ©2013
|General Note:|| THIS DVD-R DISC MAY NOT BE COMPATIBLE ON ALL STANDARD PLAYERS.
Special features: Includes theatrical trailer.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:|| Edited by Ed Brown ; music by Robin Applewood.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Featuring Will Allen, Nena Baker, Davis Baltz, Herbert Buxton, Scot Case, Richard Clapp.
|Summary, etc.:|| Unacceptable Levels examines chemical exposure in daily life from the perspective of filmmaker Ed Brown, a father seeking to understand the world in which he and his wife are raising their children. From the chemical revolution of the 1940s through today's prevalence of chemicals in industrial and consumer products, the documentary seeks to impart greater understanding of the proliferation--and compounding effects--of commonly used chemicals. The ultimate mission of the film is to educate, engage questioning around the potential human risk and to propose ideas on what can be done about it. The film is anchored in Brown's own poignant experiences and follows his personal journey purposed in uncovering the impact of chemicals on his family. To create this debut documentary, Brown traveled extensively to interview top minds in the fields of science, industry, government, environmental advocacy and law. Weaving their commentary and perspectives into a compelling narrative, Brown chronicles the history of industrial chemicals in the U.S.--and their lack of regulation--and provides us with an in-depth look at its presence in everyday life...from agriculture to drinking water, cosmetics to toys.
|Original Version Note:|| Originally released as a documentary film in 2013.
|Information Relating to Copyright Status:|| Copyright 2013 2013 Macroscopic Media, LLC.
|Language Note:|| In English.
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