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Blue Vinyl


Vinile blu

Judy Halfand ventures on a journey to find out the truth about PVC, the most popular plastic material in the US. Her first steps move from her parents’ experience who, after first enthusing about it, realise they are dealing with an extremely toxicant substance. The film is a “toxic” odyssey dense with dramatic turns of events, hovering between a detective-story and environment activism. A critical point of view which yet finds a balance between the daily horror we are surrounded by and the popular entertaining humour tinged with the colour of denunciation and social conscience through which companies are asked to provide an explanation for concealing the toxicity of the substances they produce.


Il regista / The Director

regista

Judith Halfand releases her first film The Uprising of ’34 in 1995. She is a teacher at New York University, she co-founded Working Film. After his music and photography studies Daniel B. Gold grows an interest for documentaries and produces shorts for non profit organisations. With Blue Vinyl he goes back to directing after a long experience as a freelancephotography director.




Produzione / Production

Toxic Comedy Picture

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Edizione 2004
CONCORSO DOCUMENTARI

DOCUMENTARY
United States , 2002, 97'

DIRECTOR
Judith Helfand, Daniel B. Gold

TAGS:
Economy Business/Trade Industry Health Pollution PVC



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