Following the deaths of his father and many others from his village, filmmaker Daniel Lambo sets off on a passionate quest to find the truth about the deadly asbestos industry. His search takes him to the largest asbestos waste dump in India and unveils a cold-blooded industry still endangering the lives of workers and consumers around the world.
A gripping story on the fight of individuals against a booming asbestos industry.
“Breathless is an inspiring, thought provoking film about the global fight for justice for victims of asbestos pollution. It serves as a stark reminder that the asbestos industry, in the USA and globally, is willing to put profits over people.” Jordan Zevon, Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO), National Spokesperson
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