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I May Destroy You
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Honestly, I thought the movie was boring in some areas. The beginning was extremely eerie and chilling, it definitely grabbed my attention. As the movie went on, it explained the history of DuPont and how the chemicals they produce caused a cluster of cancer cases in a small town in West Virginia. The personal stories of past employees had a lot of emotional appeal, especially the man who grew up with birth defects because of the chemical. I found my attention wondering when the documentary discussed the legal aspects of the story, I thought this was interesting because this is usually what grabs my interest in these documentaries. I would recommend this documentary to my friends because it's important to realize how corporations like DuPont pollute the environment.