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  1. Jun 30, 2014
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    This is just conspiracy propaganda. They are simply making a wild claim while distorting the reality of things. These people say that AIDS medication is proclaimed to be a vaccine, but that's untrue and it's not a vaccine. One can come to the simple conclusion that they obviously don't know anything about AIDS medication based on this. The footage in this film was manipulated to an extentThis is just conspiracy propaganda. They are simply making a wild claim while distorting the reality of things. These people say that AIDS medication is proclaimed to be a vaccine, but that's untrue and it's not a vaccine. One can come to the simple conclusion that they obviously don't know anything about AIDS medication based on this. The footage in this film was manipulated to an extent and no actual scientific investigation was actually done. There's a reason why no paper has ever been peer-reviewed and accepted and there has been no recorded instance where someone has given themselves HIV and proven that AIDS doesn't exist. If you're interested, look for Myles Powers videos on Youtube, which specifically point out the problems with this film. Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Gary Goldstein
    50
    Leung manages to present a barrage of intriguing theories debunking our generally accepted beliefs and misperceptions about how HIV/AIDS is acquired, tested, diagnosed, defined and treated. It's a vital yet thorny approach whose inconclusiveness is bound to sadden or infuriate anyone who's lost a loved one to AIDS.
  2. Trafficking in irresponsible inferences and unsupported conclusions, the filmmaker Brent Leung offers himself as suave docent through a globe-trotting pseudo-investigation that should raise the hackles of anyone with even a glancing knowledge of the basic rules of reasoning.
  3. Reviewed by: Staff (Not credited)
    42
    I am not qualified to refute every claim made in this movie, but I have seen enough topical documentaries to have a good idea when a filmmaker is not being entirely honest with viewers.