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Silent Snow: The Invisible Poisoning of the World

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DIRECTOR: Jan van den Berg

RELEASE: 2011

IMDB RATING: 7:2

GENRE: Documentary

AWARDS: Planet in Focus: Toronto First Prize, Green Film Fest. South Korea First Prize

SYNOPSIS:The Arctic plains are an eminent example of nature's untouched beauty, an endless nothing in which only few know how to survive. But dangerous pesticides are silently accumulating here, poisoning it's inhabitants. A young Inuit woman investigates the sources of this pollution. Her journey takes her to three different continents, where she is confronted with conflicting interests when it comes to short term gains and health care. The recent developments in the Arctic are a disturbing preview of the consequences of structural pollution of the environmental system worldwide

 

 

 

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Silent Snow: The Invisible Poisoning of the World