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  • Summary: Our bodies are changing, as synthetic chemicals are becoming an everyday experience for all of us. Every single human being on this planet is experiencing this, as we are constantly exposed on a daily basis to substances that our bodies have never seen before. At the same time, nearly all ofOur bodies are changing, as synthetic chemicals are becoming an everyday experience for all of us. Every single human being on this planet is experiencing this, as we are constantly exposed on a daily basis to substances that our bodies have never seen before. At the same time, nearly all of our disease rates are rising, and many in the medical community are only now discovering, how much our lifestyles are affecting our own bodies, and those of the most vulnerable population, our children. Filmed all over the globe, 'Unacceptable Levels' pulls back the curtain on how these chemicals are getting into our bodies. Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Robert Abele
    Sep 13, 2013
    40
    Brown's argument is hampered, however, by the chaotic rush of information and speculation, overuse of winking archival footage of commercials and old industrial films, and Brown's charmlessness as a "what's going on?" guide.
  2. Reviewed by: Chris Klimek
    Sep 17, 2013
    30
    Unacceptable Levels wants to scare the biosolids out of you, and it can, but that doesn't mean it's a success.
  3. Reviewed by: Geoff Berkshire
    Oct 2, 2013
    30
    Unacceptable Levels marries folksy astonishment and alarmist speculation in a documentary far too easy to dismiss.

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