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Invitation to the award winning documentary film "Hard to Believe" -Monday 22 August 2016 @ 6.45pm. Venue: Ingleburn Community Hall

posted Aug 19, 2016, 11:17 PM by Peter Costello

You are sincerely invited to attend a screening of the award-winning documentary film “Hard To Believe”, a thought-provoking film produced by Swoop Films and directed by Emmy Award-winning director, Ken Stone. The hour-long film exposes the widespread Chinese government practice of executing political prisoners and selling their organs to transplant tourists.


Two PREMIERE screenings, one in Event Cinemas Sydney and one in NSW Parliament House have completed with full house in Parliament House. The reactions are very strong and people's heart really shocked.  

·         Date: This Monday 22nd of August 2016

·         Time: 6:45pm - 9:00pm

·         Venue: Ingleburn Community Hall meeting room 1 (next to Ingleburn   Library)


Stacey: 0430 096 981


“Hard to Believe” is a serious investigation into one of the most horrifying medical crimes of our time. The murder of prisoners of conscience in China and the sale of their organs to foreign patients, comes to life through personal stories, including an author’s 7-year investigation and a surgeon’s confession.



“An important, timely, and deeply disturbing account of one of the great human rights abuses of our time.”

~ Arthur Caplan, PhD., Leading U.S. ethicist and Founding Director of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU

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