Hard To Believe
Organ Harvesting in China

Hard To Believe - Organ Harvesting in China
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Sophia

An amazing, shocking and horrifying story. For many years I used to see Falun Gong members protesting outside the Chinese Embassy in Vancouver, but did not have a clue of this persecution that some of their members experienced. Thanks to the filmmakers and kanopy for posting an important ...Read more

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Meryl

I'm so glad this film was made. As the title says, it's hard to believe.

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Ken

I had spent 20 years in radio and television newsrooms – and was currently well into my second decade as an independent producer and I had never heard of the term “live organ harvesting,” I had virtually no knowledge of Falun Gong, and I was pretty skeptical when I was first approached to do ...Read more

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