In the 1920s a group of factory workers advocate for safer work conditions after some of their colleagues become ill from radium exposure.
Did You Know?
The painting technique depicted in this film is inaccurate. The approach the painters used in dial factories was "lip, dip, paint." The technique depicted shows the workers licking the paintbrush after having dipped their paintbrush. This technique would be ineffective, since the paint is essentially being licked off before the application. See more
During the letter writing campaign, the stamp being placed on the envelope had already been post marked and therefore, unusable. See more