Eye-opening movie set for late March showing

February 27, 2013 by  

‘Living Downstream’ is a movie about the health effects involving environmental chemicals on the human body, and will be showing in Warrenville towards the end of March.

Based on a book written by Illinois ecologist Sandra Steingraber, the movie is open to the public and all ages are welcome to attend, although parts of the film may be frightening for younger audiences. Poster printing was probably the method chosen to promote this engaging film to people in the surrounding area.

This film is a gripping blend of narrative and precise science, and is a must-see for anyone involved with scientific writing, cancer, and biology, as well as those interested in chemical effects on the human body. Steingraber uses the experiences in her life to investigate what links there are between cancer and the many forms of environmental toxins. She is a survivor of cancer and is working towards having these chemical cocktails banned, so that other people do not have to endure what she has. The book on which the film is based will enlighten people on the various forms of poisoning and synthetic chemicals that often cause humans’ ill health and diseases.

Admission to this event is free and everyone is encouraged to attend and learn more. The Living Downstream movie will be airing on Thursday, March 28, between 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm at the Hudetz Family Meeting Room. To learn more, please visit the Hudetz Family website or Sandra Steingraber’s Living Downstream webpage. Alternatively, call 630-393-1171 during business hours.