“This documentary is extremely important for those involved in organ donation and transplantation, human rights, healthcare, ethics, and the law…The credentials of the interviewed experts are impeccable.”

— Journal of Bioethical Inquiry

“I have shown shocking documentaries about human rights abuses in my World Geography classes before, but what I liked about ‘Hard to Believe’ is that it addresses the shock itself, and the fact that it is so hard to believe that we don’t want to tell anyone about it. My students were riveted to their seats until the end.”

— Lance F. Howard, PhD Senior Lecturer of Geography, Clemson University, USA

Hard to Believe

  • Winner of 13 Film Awards

  • Broadcast over 40 times on America’s PBS Television

  • “Highly Recommended” by Video Librarian Magazine for Educational Use

“Hard to Believe” is a documentary that examines the issue of forced live organ harvesting from Chinese prisoners of conscience, and the response—or lack of it—around the world.

Since it’s 2015 release on America’s PBS Television, “Hard To Believe” has been translated into 12 languages and is being used as an educational resource on transplant crimes in China for healthcare workers, in college classrooms, and for the general public.

Film screenings are available for schools, organizations, and community groups.

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