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Mercury Undercover unveils how far those in power will go to prevent you from learning the truth about mercury contamination from dental amalgam fillings, all in the name of money. It is a gripping tale that will make you think twice before you eat your next catch-of-the-day or plan your next visit to the dentist's office. Half of all North American dentists still use amalgam for its quick and easy profits, then pass the bill for damages on to the rest of us, damages to health, as well as to the environment. American dentistry's 150-year affair with mercury is a tale of profits first, people last.
Elizabeth Hong is a Colombian writer, producer and director who moved to the United States at the age of 10 with her family. At the age of 20 she moved to New York City to pursue acting at the school of Film an Television and later on she became a lifestyle photographer. Elizabeth returned to Miami, Florida where she met her current husband Daniel Montoya and in 2006 they both formed a video production company. During this time she produced several video projects ranging from music videos to commercial spots and in 2008 she wrote, produced and directed her first documentary, The Born To Win. Her second documentary, Mercury Undercover (2011) which she also wrote, produced and directed was part of the official selection at Cinema Verde, an environmental film festival in Florida. Elizabeth's first publication, is an adaptation of her film Mercury Undercover (2012). An E-book that unveils a gripping tale that will make you think twice before you eat your next catch-of-the-day or plan your next visit to the dentist's office. She currently lives in Irving, Texas with her husband.
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