This timely documentary film will be released in theatres in Canada on February 3, 2012 — just in time to give hard, factual information to millions of people who are disillusioned with the Komen Foundation’s apparent pandering to the anti-choice right.
Let’s get this film shown in the U.S. I think a lot of us are ready to see it, and support women’s health in effective, science-based, non-political ways. Support a feminist filmmaker, Lea Pool, and Samantha King’s book that unearthed a lot of the research into the Komen Foundation’s discrepancy between walk and talk.
Here’s a list of reviews of the film from Canadian newspapers:
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