Two film making brothers and prominent advocacy groups have announced the planned production of a provocative new documentary film about HPV vaccines titled "One More Girl". The just issued press release announcing the film and seeking funding donations promises that the film will reveal to the world a trail of death, injured young girls and devastated families following HPV vaccinations. The film also plans to take a critical look at the social and political trail of deception which enabled vaccines described as "medical experiments" to get by the world's health regulatory agencies.
Film making brothers Ryan and David Richardson decided to make the film after witnessing the adverse reaction and long road to recovery of their 18-year-old sister Donielle Richardson. Her experience led the Richardson family to research other Gardasil girl injuries. Their discoveries resulted in the brothers' decision to create a powerful documentary film to prevent similar travesties from happening to other girls and their families.
"One More Girl" represents a collaboration between two brothers whose sister was injured by the HPV vaccine Gardasil and two prominent advocacy groups involved in exposing the truth about HPV vaccines – TruthAboutGardasil.org and S.A.N.E.Vax, Inc..
The Richardson brothers plan to devote a large portion of their film to a platform for several other young women and their families to share their experiences in their own words. The first-hand testimonials promise to be some of the most powerful and moving segments of the film.
Viewers will be able to watch the girls and their families share their dismay and sense of betrayal for believing the pharmaceutical and medical industries marketing about the safety of HPV vaccines and their use for the prevention of cervical cancer. Included in the testimonials are stories of anguish, loss of innocence, and the guilt felt by many mothers who trusted the vaccine makers and the advice of their doctors. Viewers will also learn how financially devastating it has been for many families to try to find cures for the illnesses their daughters became stricken with after they were vaccinated.
The Richardson brothers' film making company, ThinkExist Productions, is working in conjunction with the advocacy groups to include the history, research, and data both organizations have compiled over the last four years. Combined, the organization's global networks include concerned activists in 120 countries and every state in the U.S.
A preview of "One More Girl", which is being funded largely by public donations, can currently be found on both the TruthAboutGardasil and S.A.N.E.Vax sites as well as the Kick Starter – Fund & Follow Creativity website.
Kick Starter is a unique site for film producers and aficionados to preview documentary concepts and donate funds for completion of the films.
It is hoped that funding needed for the film will be raised within 90 days and current plans call for beginning full production during the second quarter of 2011 with a tentative release date of the summer of 2012. ThinkExist Productions,TruthAboutGardasil and SA.N.E.Vax. plan to market "One More Girl" globally and enter the film into various film festivals.
According to the latest VAERS figures, there have been 21,113 adverse events reported for HPV vaccines thus far, including 89 deaths and 692 disabilities. The reports also show 8,617 emergency room visits, 2,092 hospitalizations and 4,396 instances where the victims did not recover from their injuries.
"One More Girl" promises to open the eyes of viewers around the world to the truth about HPV vaccines. The stories and revelations in the film are sure to fill many of those eyes with tears of sadness and anger.