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Discover the truth about global contamination in Revealed: How to Poison a Planet.

Stan has premiered its latest documentary, Revealed: How To Poison A Planet. This riveting Stan Original Documentary delves deep into global environmental crises linked to the misuse of everyday chemicals.

Originating from the bustling streets of New York City, the documentary explores the largest litigation over contaminated drinking water in U.S. history, transitioning to the struggles of a small Aboriginal community in Australia. These diverse narratives are tied together by a common enemy—hazardous firefighting foam which has led to worldwide contamination.

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Since the 1950s, these harmful “forever chemicals” have permeated the environment, finding their way into products ranging from cookware to cosmetics, and now detectable in the blood of nearly every person on the planet.

The documentary features Mark Ruffalo, a celebrated actor and environmental advocate, who teams up with a renowned U.S. legal squad comprising environmental attorneys Rob Bilott and Ned McWilliams, along with trial lawyers Gary Douglas and Rebecca Newman. This formidable team is set to confront a global chemical manufacturer with compelling and long-suppressed evidence.

On Australian shores, the documentary includes a collaborative investigation between The Sydney Morning Herald journalist Carrie Fellner, iKandy Films, and the Wreck Bay Aboriginal community of Jervis Bay, NSW. This partnership uncovers new insights into the persistent PFAS pollution affecting this pristine area.

During her interactions, Carrie Fellner interviews Uncle Jack Hampton from Wreck Bay, revealing the community’s severe health crises, such as increased rates of cancer and heart disease, ailments frequently associated with PFAS contamination according to international research.

Revealed: How To Poison A Planet is an iKandy Films production, directed by Katrina McGowan and produced by Janine Hosking, Katrina McGowan, and Mat Cornwell, in association with the Shark Island Foundation.

This significant documentary project has received principal production funding from Screen Australia, along with additional support from the Shark Island Foundation and Screen NSW, and is executive produced by Cailah Scobie and Amanda Duthie for Stan.

Revealed: How To Poison A Planet is now available for streaming exclusively on Stan.

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