Hard To Believe (2016)

A film about organ harvesting in China. On one hand I would like to watch it, on the other hand I don’t know if I could stand the horror it will discuss. I was always good with gore and such in films, but that’s exactly why – the horror was just a film, fake. This is… real life. And I’m friends with Enver Tohti (one of the surgeons in the documentary) on Facebook. It really is hard to believe.

You can view the trailer and buy the documentary here. Or you can rent it on YouTube Movies.


“Hard To Believe” investigates the serious medical crimes of forced live organ harvesting from Chinese prisoners of conscience, and the response—or lack of it—around the world. From an author’s 7-year investigation to a doctor’s confession; the determination of the son of a Holocaust survivor, to the persistence of a culturally-challenged victim community, “Hard To Believe” explores the mystery of why so few people seem to be paying attention to a crime so horrific it goes beyond belief.



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