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Published:October 2nd, 2013 12:00 EST
The Human Experiment

The Human Experiment

By Mimi A.

The World Premiere of The Human Experiment will be held at the Mill Valley Film Festival.

BabyOn October 6th and 10th, 2013 at the Rafael theatre in San Rafael , California, an inspiring and jaw dropping documentary, narrated and executive produced by Sean Penn, raises public awareness of the chemicals surrounding us in our daily lives.  The Human Experiment is a documentary that seeks to have everyone stop and ask "Why are rates of autism, cancer, and infertility going up? Does our societies dependency on and use of unregulated chemicals have anything to do with the rise?

CapitolThroughout the documentary personal testimonials from people who believe their lives were impacted by chemicals is revealed, these brave and passionate activists shine a light on a system that cannot be tolerated anymore.  The Human Experiment educates the public on how thousands of untested chemicals are in our everyday products, our homes, and inside of us. 

ProtestWhile speaking with the co-director, Dana Nachman, she stated I`m a mother of three and when I was a producer at NBC I did a series on "How to make your home less toxic.` Through this series I discovered that most products we use in our homes are not tested for safety.  I was shocked. This film is my answer to this shocking fact. "  Nachman went on to explain this issue is not something that impacts just one person; it affects everyone on the planet. Nachman continued: Because we are all involved we can also be participants in the change. I hope after seeing this documentary audience`s feel empowered to make healthy changes in their homes and beyond. "

JennNoahThe documentary was filmed on location throughout California including the Bay Area, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Europe; and the producers are currently talking with distributors.  The directors and producer of The Human Experiment would like to show their appreciation to
the people who were brave enough to tell their stories, and also thank everyone who were involved and supported the film.

If you are interested in learning more about the film go to the website at: http://thehumanexperimentmovie.com/; or contact the co-director Dana Nachman at: dana@ktffilms.com.