Chemerical Film

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to get rid of all of those chemicals in your home and switch to natural and homemade alternatives?  Andrew Nisker does just that in his new documentary Chemerical.

Andrew Nisker, environmental activist and filmmaker, is the head of Take Action Films in Toronto which produced this film.  If you are not familiar with Take Action, you may have heard of his previous film Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home.  This film originally premiered on the Sundance Channel in 2009 and garnered attention from several major news outlets and famous celebrities.  Chemerical is his latest film that looks to have similar success.

In Chemerical, Nisker follows a family for three months as they make the dramatic shift of removing all chemicals from their home.  This meant the family would now solely being using all natural and homemade cleaning, personal hygiene and cosmetic products.  As the movie progresses, the family goes from being dependent on their products and skeptic of natural alternatives to believers.  The best part of the movie is that the family also find out that they can also save money along the way :)

Let’s take a look at a trailer of the movie to get a closer look of what the movie is about.

The goal of this movie is to bring to public attention the dangers of toxic chemicals and each ways to clean up our homes.  Since it’s short release, over 7,000 toxic products have been removed from households worldwide, with that number grows daily.  The hope is that the message of this film can spread to make not just our homes but the planet a greener place.

This film can be purchased directly through Take Action’s store either through download or by DVD.  Andrew was nice enough to provide all of my readers with the opportunity to get this film at 50% off by ordering by entering the code 50TA10 when purchasing an individual DVD.

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