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Black Mold Exposure (2009)

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Imagine becoming so sensitive to almost everything you're exposed to daily like common chemicals, furniture, foods, and pollen that it makes you so ill you can't function. You must isolate ... See full summary »
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Cheryl Albert ...
Herself - Mother of Colin Albert
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Himself - Middle-School Student
Frank Albert ...
Himself - Father of Colin Albert
Kerri Albert ...
Herself - Sister of Colin Albert
Carol Anderson ...
Herself - Patient of Dr. Shoemaker
Christina Baker ...
Woman with Baby - Tim Badler animation
Crystal Rose Baker ...
Baby - Tim Badler animation
Melinda Ballard ...
Herself - President of Policy Holders of America
Susan Brinchman ...
Herself - Director of the Center for School Mold Help
George Burroughs ...
Himself - Camera Operator (voice)
Ted Cartwright ...
Himself - Environmental Evaluator
Lisa Caughlin ...
Herself - Owner of Snoops
Alyssa Chapman ...
Herself - Fit Model
Mai Clearley ...
Herself - Hairstyliist
John Conyers ...
Himself - U.S. Respresentative
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Imagine becoming so sensitive to almost everything you're exposed to daily like common chemicals, furniture, foods, and pollen that it makes you so ill you can't function. You must isolate yourself from others. You become unable to work, the doctors don't believe you, and neither does your family. You're mocked and you struggle daily to maintain your surroundings and health. Watch this entertaining and shocking film as filmmaker Michael Roland Williams chronicles the agonizing struggle of those who have endured after being exposed to toxic mold. Most are still overwhelmed with debilitating symptoms years after exposure, while doctors, lawmakers, and attorneys take sides and dismiss their claims. Black Mold Exposure follows Michael Roland Williams, filmmaker, and Karen Noseff, founder and designer of Fortune Denim, struggling to regain their livelihood and well-being after they were unknowingly exposed to high levels of various molds that had infested Karen's apartment. The entire 264-... Written by Anonymous

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toxic mold | social problem | See All (2) »

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A Sick Story. See more »

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Documentary

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Rated PG for thematic material, brief mild language and incidental smoking
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Black Mold Song
Lyrics by Michael Roland Williams
Music by Andy Wigzell, Eric Cordell, Michael Roland Williams
Performed by Andy Wigzell and Eric Cordell
Courtesy of Looking Glass Entertainment Co.
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Shocking yet Informative
27 November 2009 | by (US) – See all my reviews

"I never would've thought that an illness such as this could exist." Yeah that's what most people say when you talk to them about anything however for this movie it is true. I say this movie online for 25 dollars and picked it up and enjoyed the hell out of it. For one thing I would've never had seen this if it hadn't been for the clever tag line "It can happen to you" at that moment I was intrigued enough to get it.

The first thing you see is a bible verse which says a priest would come to the house to bless the mildew and if it stayed your house was cursed. The thing is it just so happens this was 3000 years ago. As we continue we see many families and teachers talking about this awful illness. Of course we hear lawyers and greedy politicians say "There's no such thing as mold it must be lies like those people."

I will say that I have a list of the good and the bad.

Good

1. Story is easy to follow. 2. The people are likable. 3. Scientific evidence is provided not everything is theory. 4. Everyone speaks not just the victims. 5. The Director wrote, produced this entire movie.

Bad

1. Too short at 1 hour and 40 minutes it seems short.

All in all it's awesome and everyone should watch it.


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