Mercury Undercover is a documentary that unveils the truth behind the use of MERCURY in amalgam fillings. It gives a wide view of the problem which its roots are linked to political and economic interests of those in power.
Mercury Undercover is the voice of the victims, doctors and scientists that have put their lives on risk by fighting this cause.
Mercury is one of the most poisonous elements and it's still legal in the USA and in other countries worldwide, where it is used to produce dental amalgam fillings, also methylmercury is found on fish because of the contamination of the environment and the lack of control of the regulatory agencies over the private sector.
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Mercury Undercover is Directed, Produced and Edited by Elizabeth Hong and Daniel Montoya.
Direction of Photography: Daniel Montoya
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