FROM THE STUDIO THAT BROUGHT YOU VAXXED
Cinema Libre Studio, the same people who have been behind the launch of Vaxxed into an international phenomena, is excited to announce our next release: Injecting Aluminum, a new documentary by French journalist Marie-Ange Poyet that investigates the history of aluminum in vaccines and its potentially devastating effects on the human body. The film is now available on DVD and streaming in the United States and Canada, as well as available for community screening events. To watch a clip from Injecting Aluminum of Dr. Chris Exley discussing the dangers of aluminum in vaccines, go here. To purchase the DVD or instant digital stream, go here. To set up a screening event for your organization or community group, go here.
Synopsis: In the early 90s, a mysterious muscular disease with symptoms that included severe muscle and joint pain began to surface among multiple patients in France. A team of doctors in Paris discovered that these patients had developed a new disease called Macrophagic Myofascitis, or MMF, which occurs when the aluminum hydroxide adjuvant from a vaccine remains embedded in the muscle tissue.
What the pharmaceutical companies don’t make public is that the aluminum adjuvant was never rigorously tested before going on the market and there are alternative, much less toxic, adjuvants available.
Featuring interviews with patients, doctors, scientists, and influential politicians, Injecting Aluminum examines aluminum’s devastating effects on the human body and calls into question the public health policies around aluminum in vaccines.
Directed by Marie-Ange Poyet, Injecting Aluminum features groundbreaking interviews with leading aluminum specialists such as “Mr. Aluminum”, Dr. Christopher Exley, biologist at the University of Stirling with a PhD in the Ecotoxicology of Aluminum, Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld, founder of the leading Centre for Autoimmune Diseases at the Sheba Medical Center, Dr. Romain Gherardi, the Director of the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research, and Dr. Jérôme Authier, neurologist and head of the Center of Reference of neuromuscular diseases of the Henri Mondor Hospital in Créteil, France.
Watch the trailer below! To purchase the DVD or instant digital stream, go here.