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  • The lives of these African people are considered of so little value that their deaths are nothing compared to the billions of dollars to be made by the pharmaceutical company

    • by Emily Valentino
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      This film captures some breathtaking scenery, as it is set in Africa. The movie itself is breathtaking, but in a deeper and more moving way.

      The film portrays a diplomat and his wife living in tuberculosis


      infested Africa.

      After her death, he finds himself immersed in conspiracy, murder, and the cover-up of a lifetime.

      He must find a way to bring the truth to life, not only for his wife’s death but ...


      • the imminent deaths of all those affected by the new drug testing.

        The lives of these African people are considered of so little value that their deaths are nothing compared to the billions of dollars to

        be made by the pharmaceutical company.

        Only he can stop this big business.

        This movie will make you stop and think, something that most of us refuse to do in this day and age.

        A truly fantastic film.




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