The independent documentary made by a young filmmaker in the UK, Ross Harrison, is available today to watch online or to download.
Harrison spent a year conducting interviews and studying the information, so:
"At a time when people feel overloaded by hype and put off by scandals, Beyond the Brink seeks to lay out how things really stand now. Beyond the Brink is a not-for-profit production available for free for anyone to watch and use."
I am currently downloading the file from beyondthebrink.org to watch offline, but from the trailer it seems a very well made effort and should be thought provoking at the very least.
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