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Award-Winning Documentary About the Chemicals Around Us

Susan is a member of this Meetup, and a brand new documentary film producer. She is bringing this film to the Cinemark Redwood City, and hoping you'll share it with everyone in the area you think can derive benefit from watching - thanks!

UNACCEPTABLE LEVELS
Award-Winning Documentary Co-Produced by Local Mom About the Chemicals Around Us - And In Us

Wednesday November 13
Screening at 6:30 PM, followed by Expert Panel: "Next Steps"
Cinemark Redwood Downtown 20
825 Middlefield Rd, Redwood City

(watch trailer here: http://unacceptablelevels.com)

"Unacceptable Levels" is a no-nonsense documentary that will challenge everything you think you know about health, safety, and environmental protection." - Beth Buczynski, ecosalon

Read this review http://ecosalon.com/unacceptable-levels-documentary/ and then reserve your ticket! Tugg IS grassroots crowdsourcing: If enough people commit to buying tickets (http://www.tugg.com/events/5934 ), the movie "tips" and the screening is on.

Please invite your friends and neighbors who live in the area! Sharing some of the wonderful testimonials we've received:

"Unacceptable Levels is a great documentary ... about the myriad ways we are being exposed to toxins, poisons and allergens in our daily life. It is sweet, funny, clear, and illuminating." - Paul Hawken

"Although at points during "Unacceptable Levels" you might feel incredibly discouraged or even nauseous, Brown retains his open, honest demeanor–and it's calming. He doesn't freak out and tell us we're all doomed. He has hope, and he ends the film with a call to action that we can all respond to: Do something. Care about something. Investigate for yourself. Make a small change. Share what you've learned with a friend. Sign a petition or send a letter to a brand that you want to see change." - Beth Buczynski, ecosalon

"From the products we use, to the food we eat, to the air we breathe, Unacceptable Levels documents how prevalent toxic chemicals have become part of our lives. Ed Brown uses the powerful connection of family to illustrate how broken our system has become, and why we must do something about it. Our children's futures depend on it." – Gigi Lee Chang, CEO, Healthy Child Healthy World

"This excellent film brings home in a very real way the link between our environment and our health."
- Génon Jensen, Executive Director of HEAL (Health and Environment Alliance)

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  • Susan C.

    Tom, the film will be available to watch on your computer before the end of the year less expensively, so save your $$$ if you'd prefer to watch it from the comfort of home. Thanks for understanding about the recouping of costs - our funding has been minimal, and we're hoping our screenings will bring attention to the importance of this message and inspire investors to come forward!

    November 8, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    $11 per ticket? Not sure I can make it. Was hoping to bring along all four of my family and maybe some friends. Will need to cover the costs of getting to the showing too. Need for tokens squelches the dissemination of information that should be seen widely and freely. I hope that after recouping costs maybe the makers of this film could put it on the torrent clouds. Will a DVD be offered for sale soon? Seems to me one of the major reasons why toxic chemicals are spread way too wantonly is the desire for tokens taking precedence over other measures of wealth like human welfare and the integrity of our biosphere. If it's a case of "when in Rome do as the Romans" then we are liable to suffer their fate with the violence of the collapse of this socializing experiment liable to be far more reaching. If lemmings could talk as they head for a mass suicide they might say "Go along to get along."

    November 8, 2013

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