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Hear what audiences are saying after "Hard To Believe".

“The first sustained examination into why the world is so willing to turn a blind eye to 'one of the most catastrophic human rights violations in our time'.”
— Daily Mail

"This illuminating, often deeply unsettling PBS-aired documentary is highly recommended.”
— Video Librarian Magazine

“This documentary is extremely important for those involved in organ donation and transplantation, human rights, healthcare, ethics, and the law...The credentials of the interviewed experts are impeccable.”
— Journal of Bioethical Inquiry

A horrifying expose of monumental mass-murder, Hard to Believe is highly recommended especially for public and college library DVD collections
~ Library Bookwatch, Midwest Book Review

“An important, timely and deeply disturbing account of one of the great human rights abuses of our time.”
~ Dr. Arthur Caplan, PhD, Founding Director of the Division of Medical Ethics, NYU

“Why the world has failed to act in the face of overwhelming evidence.”
— The Daily Beast

“Exposes the widespread Chinese government practice of executing political prisoners and selling their organs to ‘transplant tourists’.”
— Broadway World

“The first ever full insight into this trade and how the majority of the entire planet is turning a blind eye.”
— The LAD Bible

“Delves into the truth – or untruth – concerning live organ harvesting in China.”
— Kicker Daily News

“A scandal that sullies the image of organ transplantation – I strongly recommend viewing the shocking truth of how one country has transcended from giving the gift of life to the willful taking”
~ Adnan Sharif, Consultant Nephrologist, Renal Medicine,
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

"An important film that hopefully will shock the world and cause deep reflection.”
~ Professor Katrina A. Bramstedt, PhD, Ethicist, Bond University, Australia

“HARD TO BELIEVE dives into a topic that is utterly disturbing for the medical profession and society in the 21st century. The true horror of this crime is summed up in the few words of Chinese surgeon, Dr. E. Tohti: “Remember… nothing happened today.”
~ Torsten Trey, M.D., PhD, Executive Director, Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH)


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