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Here's hoping The Bleeding Edge gets the right attention on a decidedly unsexy topic.
It is hard to watch, but it's a must-see. My one complaint is that maybe it tries to get its arms around too much.
"The Bleeding Edge" needs to be seen, so that it can change hearts and minds.
Plays like an all-too-real horror show that is ongoing for thousands of unwitting patients with meager relief in sight.
Combined with the forces of anti-regulation in government and profit-driven companies who know how to market to doctors and cover up their mistakes, the movie lays bare a blueprint for countless suffering.
Dick's focus remains, as ever, on the things that make us squirm.
Despite its plain-wrap shooting style and dry, analytical tone, this American doco is one of the most vital and worrying pieces of investigative reporting going around right now.
Informative, eye-opening docu about medical-device industry
[Kirby Dick is] an amazing filmmaker, and lately I think he's really on a roll about these very kind of specific activist docs about things that are happening that we don't know about that we should know.
The Bleeding Edge mostly succeeds in hooking its audience and showcasing the horrors of a problem they might not have known existed.
If a movie like this doesn't open some eyes about for-profit health care, few things will.
The latest in Kirby Dick's powerful series of seething-fury documentaries takes on the medical-device industry with typically devastating results.
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