‘Unacceptable Levels’ Toxic Chemicals In Consumer Products Film – Free To Watch

For 3 days only, I’m pleased to bring to you a FREE STREAM of Ed Brown's acclaimed film UNACCEPTABLE LEVELS which explores the history and risks relating to the use of toxic chemicals in consumer products – that means you can watch it for free from this page. Simply click RENT on the video below and use the promo code ” electricsense” to watch it online for free.

o If you prefer watch it on DVD, I’ve made special arrangements for you to be able to purchase the film for only 7.99 + shipping (60% off the list price) using promo code ”electricsense” at http://disinfo.com/product/unacceptable-levels/. (The DVD is advertised at full price it’s once you get it in the shopping cart that you apply the promo code to get the discount.) The special discount is valid through November 30, 2015 only.

o These offers are good from November 24th through November 26th, 2015 (east coast time) only.

Unacceptable Levels chemicals & emfsUnacceptable Levels examines the results of the chemical revolution of the 1940s through the eyes of affable filmmaker Ed Brown, a father seeking to understand the world in which he and his wife are raising their children.

To create this debut documentary, one man and his camera traveled extensively to find and interview top minds in the fields of science, advocacy, and law. Weaving their testimonies into a compelling narrative, Brown presents us with the story of how the chemical revolution brought us to where we are, and of where, if we’re not vigilant, it may take us.

“Unacceptable Levels is a film about chemicals in our bodies… and how they got there.”

Over 80,000 chemicals flow through our system of commerce, and many are going straight into our bodies. Even our unborn children are affected. Due to this constant exposure, we have approximately 200 synthetic industrial chemicals interacting with our cells every single day. Until recently, modern science really didn’t understand what that could mean for all of us in the long run, but that is changing.

Globally, disease rates are on the rise. Theories about the causes abound, yet the issues are complex and often muddied by the maneuvering of political and corporate interests. To explore different facets of common chemical exposure, Unacceptable Levels, was made in consultation with experts in multiple fields and is guided by a father on a personal journey as he attempts to bring these issues to light for everyone. Its primary goal? To determine whether we can prevent disease before it strikes us.

Unacceptable Levels opens the door to conversations about the chemical burden our bodies carry so that we can make informed decisions now and in the future. The film poses challenges to our companies, our government, and our society to do something about a nearly-unseen threat with the inspired knowledge that small changes can generate a massive impact.

Unacceptable Levels from TDC Entertainment on Vimeo.


“Unacceptable Levels is a hugely important film… Sadly, most Americans are misinformed or not informed at all about how many toxic chemicals we are being exposed to 24 hours a day. These toxins are making us sick and quite simply our lives are being threatened. We need to stand up and speak out. We must demand a healthy environment for ourselves and for our children.”

– Mariel Hemingway, Actress, Author, Healthy Living Advocate

“This movie makes it impossible to hide behind the numbers. It not only changes the way that you look at the world, but the way that we look at ourselves.”

– Randy Hayes, Founder, Rainforest Action Network

“With this remarkably important film, Ed Brown captures the seamy side of the chemical revolution and forces us to confront the need to make the future safer than the past.”

– Dr. Devra Lee Davis, PhD, MPH, Founder and President of the Environmental Health Trust, author of Disconnect: The Truth About Cell Phone Radiation

“Such an important and powerful film! This is a story you need to hear.”

– Stacy Malkan, Co-founder of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and author, “Not Just a Pretty Face: The Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry”

“Unacceptable Levels is Powerful. It tells the story of toxic chemicals in just about every aspect of our lives, and the egregious lack of regulation. Our ability to protect our families is at stake.”

– Joan Blades, Co-founder of MomsRising.org & MoveOn.org

“This film is a huge eye-opener! Once a parent sees this, they thankfully won’t ever approach their child’s health & future the same way ever again!”

– Jessica Capshaw Gavigan, Environmental Advocate and Actress

“This movie is a must see for all of us whose vision is a future free from toxic chemicals… policy makers, CEOs, educators and parents alike.”

– Erin Switalski, Executive Director, Women’s Voices for the Earth

“From the products we use, to the food we eat, to the air we breathe, Unacceptable Levels documents how prevalent toxic chemicals have become a part of our everyday lives. Ed Brown uses the powerful connection of family to illustrate how broken our system has become, and why we must do something about it. Our children’s futures depend on it.”

– Gigi Lee Chang, CEO, Healthy Child Healthy World

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  • Dawn Woodruff said,

    Good film, Lloyd. Thanks to you and Ed for sharing this with us. Wish I could get my own kids to listen to my pleas to give life a chance. One step at a time …

  • Muller Erwin said,

    Hy, I tried to rent the film, but the promo code ” electricsense” but it didnt works. Do you have any idea why?
    Thank you in advance.

  • M Schultz said,

    This film is a year old.
    It is posted on YouTube.
    You can watch it there for free there.

  • ellie said,

    At VIMEO site link, click Rent for $4.00 button. Instead of putting in payment info, put in promo code: electricsense

  • keini said,

    Hi. I tried to watch the video too but was not able to access it. I clicked on ‘rent’ and then put in the promo code ‘electricsense’ I got a message to say that the discount code I put in was invalid!! What have I done wrong? Help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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