New York, NY, September 28, 2016: Net Return Entertainment announced today that screenings of the documentary “STINK!” will be free to the public for the entire month of October 2016 on its website, StinkMovie.com, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The New York Times says “STINK!” is “heartfelt…sensible and unnerving” and “Jon Stewart…would probably approve of Stink!”
As 1 in 2 Americans will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, consumers urgently need to know about the hidden cancer-causing chemicals lurking in their everyday products. Most consumers wrongly assume that if a product is on the store shelf then it must be safe. “STINK!” reveals the truth about chemical and cosmetics regulation in America that every person needs to know.
Follow director Jon Whelan on his unexpected journey as he tries to uncover the truth about the secretive chemical industry. Entertaining, enlightening, and at times almost absurd, “STINK!” takes you on a madcap journey, from boardrooms, to back alleys, through the halls of Congress, and finally, to the sickening discovery of the “Cancer Loophole.” This is the movie that the chemical industry doesn’t want you to see.
Watch “STINK!” for free on StinkMovie.com during Breast Cancer Awareness Month October 2016.