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Sprayed

Runtime: 38m 58s | Release date: 2017

As Miami residents worry about being sprayed with toxic chemicals in the War on Zika, a journey to Brazil and Vietnam reveals unexpected insights. Was the Zika virus, which panicked pregnant women globally, the cause of a spike in birth defects as proclaimed by the World Health Organization and the CDC? Did it merit the U.S. government's decision to spray the neurotoxin Naled onto schools and communities?

Sprayed documents the rise of microcephaly attributed to the Zika virus and the generational impact of Agent Orange, exploring a possible link between birth defects and disease control. Perspectives of doctors, scientists and victims are heard. It follows the Miami hearing led by Michael Hall, M.D., who defends his patients and presents his case against releasing GMO mosquitoes and continued chemical contamination in the name of disease control.

Featuring:
Dr. Michael Hall
Dr Paulo Paes de Andrade
Dr. Rafael Franca
Dr. Philipi Stoddard
Dr. Rozely Fontoura

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Patricia Demerald | 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much for this documentary. I wish everyone could see it. It is heartbreaking to see how much evil and lack of compassion there is in the world. And how little citizens have to say about just anything.... AND then think about all the animals and all life on the planet that have no voice. So much suffering for just a handfull of people´s economical (and sick pleasure) gain.
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Pauline Balidiong | FMTV | 3 months, 2 weeks ago
We hope so, too, Patricia! Thank you for sharing this message to us :) ~ Pauline
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Karen Norman | 7 months ago
Heartbreaking and concerning :(
More need to see this and other documentaries on chemical use everywhere.
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 7 months ago | Edited 7 months ago
I agree with you, Karen! If you haven't already, here are some other films that you might also find interesting: https://www.fmtv.com/watch/toxic-chemicals-kids-in-danger, https://www.fmtv.com/watch/poisoned-lives-secrets-of-the-chemical-industry and https://www.fmtv.com/watch/unacceptable-levels. Enjoy! :) ~ Iris
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Nikki Rose | 7 months ago
Excellent documentary! And extremely sad and frustrating to see victims of chemical company abuse. I hope to see more reports leading to solutions. This is a global problem with chemical companies enticing (or forcing) policymakers and citizens to poison all species on earth. Everyone everywhere must work together to stop this criminal offense.

The use of Agent Orange in Vietnam and other places in the world is chemical warfare. Any debate on that? Victims need solutions to protect their families for generations to come. The criminal corporate influences-impact over the health of all species on earth must be addressed. Part of the solution is Organic Agriculture. But if citizens are not even aware of the dangers of toxic chemical spraying or agriculture, their policymakers must be held accountable.
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 7 months ago
Well said, Nikki! Happy to hear you loved the documentary and thanks so much for sharing your thoughts about this topic :) ~ Iris
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Julia Murça | 7 months ago
The translation of the Portuguese lines is not good. Some parts were translated wrongly.
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 7 months ago
Hi Julia, I have already passed this on to the team to further look into, thank you so much for your feedback! :) ~ Iris
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Robert Hammond | 7 months ago
The film would have bee.n better if you included a translation of what of the people were saying
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Karelle | FMTV | 7 months ago
Hello Robert. We value your feedback and I'll be sure to pass this on to the team. ~ Karelle
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