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All of Us Guinea-Pigs Now?
우리는 기니피그인가?
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Synopsis Playing dice, which is a game of chance and the probability. But what if the possibility game drives us into catastrophe? A French filmmaker Jean-Paul JAUD, who has constantly made films with environmental themes, warns dangerous experiments on mankind based on unscientific evidences and mere optimism this time. This film reveals an experiment on a GMO and the herbicide Roundup done from 2009 to 2011, under conditions of total secrecy, led by a professor Séralini and the Committee for Research and Independent Information on Genetic Engineering. And the conclusions are appalling. In the meantime, after the terrible accident at Chernobyl, the invisible radioactivity reappear on march 2011, with the Fukushima nuclear accident. GMO and nuclear power are what we use and accept without health or environmental independent tests. Are we all of us guinea-pigs now?
Director
Jean-Paul JAUD 장-폴 조
Graduated of the Louis Lumière film school, Jean-Paul JAUD realized documentaries and TV direct. Deeply influenced Chernobyl disaster in 1986, JAUD permanently became award of the planetary eco emergency. Established a production company with Béatrice Camurat JAUD, he directed films in total freedom and he still believes that cinema has an essential role to play in safeguard ecosystem and the planet.
Director Jean-Paul JAUD
Country France
Year 2012
Running Time 119'
Genre Documentary
Screening Schedule
    2020.7.2 — 7.15