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Blue Vinyl (2002)

Not Rated | | Documentary | January 2002 (USA)
The hazards of bio-accumulation, pollution, and the makeup of what we commonly hope are benign plastics are tackled in this documentary.
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Credited cast:
William Baggett William Baggett ... Himself - Lawyer (as Billy Baggett)
Charlie Cray Charlie Cray ... Himself - Greenpeace
Daniel B. Gold Daniel B. Gold ... Himself
Patrick 'Paddy O'Furniture' Hayes Patrick 'Paddy O'Furniture' Hayes ... Himself - Carpenter
Florence Helfand Florence Helfand ... Herself
Judith Helfand Judith Helfand ... Herself
Ted Helfand Ted Helfand ... Himself
Rick Hind Rick Hind ... Himself - Greenpeace
George Lucier George Lucier ... Himself - Former Director of NIH
Ampelio Magro Ampelio Magro ... Himself
Cesare Maltoni Cesare Maltoni ... Himself (as Dr. Cesare Maltoni)
Gerry Markowitz Gerry Markowitz ... Himself
Jerry Mehan Jerry Mehan ... Himself - Carpenter
Ersillia Menadeo Ersillia Menadeo ... Herself
Diane Prince Diane Prince ... Herself - Cancer Victim
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The hazards of bio-accumulation, pollution, and the makeup of what we commonly hope are benign plastics are tackled in this documentary.

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January 2002 (USA) See more »

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Ble vinylio See more »

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Himself - Biologist: You look at a house like this and the vinyl seems perfectly harmless. It's just sitting there in front of the house; nobody's falling down with any diseases. But that's if you are only looking at the product itself. If you look at its entire life cycle, from the moment it's produced, through its use, to the way it's disposed of, vinyl turns out to be the most environmentally hazardous consumer product on earth. Vinyl is the source of more persistent toxic pollutants, dioxin in particular, than ...
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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The Cry Of
Written by Marty Ehrlich
Performed by Marty Ehrlich's Traveler's Tales
Published by Dark Sounds Music (BMI)
Courtesy of OmniTone
From the album 'Malinke's Dance'
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Pretty Good... Easy to Watch
16 October 2005 | by lindavgnSee all my reviews

I enjoyed the style of this documentary. It wasn't slick like a lot of docs you tend to see out there. But I don't agree that it was just BS like a lot of the reviews I just read here. I think that it is pretty well known information that PVC is toxic to the people who live around the factories, & who make the stuff. When it is in your home it is fairly safe, but if it catches fire then it sends up a lot of toxic fumes.

Ever open a new PVC shower curtain and it stinks up your house for weeks after? That is called out-gassing. A lot of new chemical laden household products out-gas. Like cabinets, furniture, carpets, etc. Google it. Read up.


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