Now Available on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play & Vimeo in North America

Thanks to many amazing organizers, Hard To Believe has now screened in 11 countries and is busy with theatrical premieres across Australia this week with more screenings coming up in New Zealand, Japan, Norway, Czech Republic, the United Kingdom and other parts of the world.

And for those of you in America and Canada, "Hard To Believe" is now finally available to rent and buy on iTunes (USA / CA), Amazon, and Vimeo. If you don’t have a preference for one of these platforms, we recommend Vimeo because they support small film companies like ours by not taking such a big cut from the sales, which helps us to work towards creating more films. 

If you have watched “Hard To Believe” already, please take a minute to give it a review on Amazon, IMDB and iTunes. Here are some audience reviews to give you inspiration...

“Fantastic, this should be more widely seen by people of all ages...I had read little tidbits about it on the Internet in the past, but this put it all together." ~ Ron Haugen, Producer/Filmmaker

“Fantastic, this should be more widely seen by people of all ages...I had read little tidbits about it on the Internet in the past, but this put it all together."
~ Ron Haugen, Producer/Filmmaker

“Very compelling, very sad, beautifully, beautifully done this movie.” ~ Dr. Laurie Nadel, Psychologist

“Very compelling, very sad, beautifully, beautifully done this movie.”
~ Dr. Laurie Nadel, Psychologist

“It also showed us how it is not difficult for health care professionals to be involved in something that is unethical and not even realize it until later. It gives us moment to pause and be sure we look at the big picture and be able to defend the vulnerable and underserved populations of the world." ~ Esma Paljevic, EdD, RN, CPNP, Pace University, Lienhard School of Nursing

“It also showed us how it is not difficult for health care professionals to be involved in something that is unethical and not even realize it until later. It gives us moment to pause and be sure we look at the big picture and be able to defend the vulnerable and underserved populations of the world."
~ Esma Paljevic, EdD, RN, CPNP, Pace University, Lienhard School of Nursing

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As always, we very much appreciate your support and love hearing your feedback, questions and ideas, so keep them coming!