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Seeds of Death: Unveiling the Lies of GMOs (2012)

This film exposes the dangers of genetically modified foods and features leading scientists, physicians, professors, attorneys and activists. You'll see the corruption surrounding GMOs and the deception being perpetrated against the world.
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Credited cast:
Mike Adams Mike Adams ... Himself
Michael Antoniou Michael Antoniou ... Himself (as Michael Antoniou PhD)
Joel Bakan Joel Bakan ... Himself
T. Colin Campbell T. Colin Campbell ... Himself (as Colin Campbell PhD)
Shiv Chopra Shiv Chopra ... Himself (as Shiv Chopra PhD)
Ronnie Cummins Ronnie Cummins ... Himself
Mark Dunau Mark Dunau ... Himself
Michael Gregor Michael Gregor ... Himself
Eric Hern Eric Hern ... Himself - Farmer, Author
Dennis Kucinich Dennis Kucinich ... Himself (archive footage)
Louise Kuo-Habakus Louise Kuo-Habakus ... Herself
Rima Laibow Rima Laibow ... Herself (as Rima Laibow MD)
Don Lotter Don Lotter ... Himself (as Don Lotter PhD)
Joseph Mercola Joseph Mercola ... Himself (as Joseph Mercola DO)
David Murphy David Murphy ... Himself
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This feature-length documentary exposes the public health dangers of genetically modified foods and features leading scientists, physicians, professors, attorneys and activists. You'll see the deep corruption surrounding GMOs and the nefarious deception being perpetrated against the world. Written by Gary Null & Associates

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USA

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English

Release Date:

9 December 2012 (USA) See more »

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Seeds of Death See more »

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New York City, New York, USA See more »

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Gary Null & Associates See more »
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Jeffrey Smith: Genetic engineering is a process where scientists take genes from one species an *force* it into the DNA of other species.
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Edited into GMO Ticking Time Bomb (2012) See more »

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There are many great films on this topic, this one may be the worst
9 October 2013 | by tallardSee all my reviews

I am a huge fan of documentary film making. I watch as many documentaries as I can. I am also a biologist, and am already on side against genetic engineering of plants/animals and patenting of life and the general nasty attitudes of the chemical companies who have a stranglehold on our food production systems. So when people say "preaching to the choir" I am indeed a member of that choir.

So why did I hate this film? I am a fact seeker, I am looking for solid information, backed up by evidence. I find hysterics and badmouthing for the sake of badmouthing to be a turn-off in the documentary medium.

This film's first 20 minutes have several talking heads, each and every one of them delivering hysterics, no facts, no plan, no content, just a bunch of crazy flapping lips.

This kind of documentary does a disservice to healthy food politics. It's a real shame. The horrible cinematography and the choice of flapping hysterical lips was so so irritating that I had to shut it down. If it's horrible for the choir, imagine how unconvincing it is to those who need convincing!


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