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Gradually marshals its arguments and evidence in such a way that it ends being compelling and illuminating for viewers who are more interested in useful information than artful presentation.
Co-directors Dana Nachman and Don Hardy haven't attributed all of their facts and figures, hence the proverbial grain of salt.
It may leave many bases uncovered (a section on groundbreaking European legislation is inadequately explained), but it will also leave you looking a lot more closely at what you put on your skin, in your mouth and underneath your sink.
In the end, this film will persuade only those who already believe.
Slickly packaged but far too easygoing, [The Human Experiment] won't make much headway with nonbelievers.
A cautionary expose' making a convincing argument that consumers would be very wise to learn all they can about the ingredients in the products they buy.
A harrowing look at the irresponsibility of the pharmaceutical industry and its continuing use of unsafe chemicals.
The movie's style consists of tossing up a lot of heartbreaking stories next to a characterization of the industry as a monolith, and letting viewers finish the correlation.
A bit of judicious editing, cutting out the more dubious arguments in the film, would have made the remaining part look stronger.
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