Review of Ken Stone, Irene Silber, and Kay Rubacek’s Hard to Believe by Agnes Films


Review by Julie Casper Roth

Hard to Believe (2016). 56 minutes. Directed by Ken Stone, Irene Silber. Produced by Kay Rubacek. Featuring Ethan Gutmann.

Hard to Believe is a foray into the relatively unseen world of organ harvesting. What the film does best is introduce viewers to the topic and generate an awareness of the issue. As awareness of the topic does increase, the film directors can take credit for creating a megaphone through which the topic is amplified. Certainly, the film is posed to spur further international conversations and legislation around the practice of human organ harvesting.

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