Melbourne Audiences Respond to "Hard To Believe"

"Hard To Believe", which investigates the Chinese Communist Party's crime of harvesting organs from living prisoners of conscience, mainly Falun Gong practitioners, for profit, and discusses the silence of public media, politicians, and the medical community on the issue, was screened at Darebin Arts and Entertainment Centre in Melbourne on March 21, 2016.

I cannot find words to express how shocked I am... I never heard about the persecution of Falun Gong before. I am outraged. How can those doctors harvest organs from living people?
— Maxine, a local Melbourne resident
Private screening of the documentary.

Private screening of the documentary.

Many attendees were shocked by the facts presented in the movie about the medical crime in China, and signed the petition to the Prime Minister, calling on the Australian government to take action to help stop the organ trade in China.

People sign petition calling for an end to organ harvesting after watching the documentary.

People sign petition calling for an end to organ harvesting after watching the documentary.