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TIFF doc ‘My Toxic Baby’ heads to Canadian network

Soon after My Toxic Baby's world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, the doc will air on Canadian network Global Television's doc strand 'Currents.' In the film, filmmaker Min-Sook Lee searches for safe and affordable ways to raise her new baby in an environment full of toxic threats, including school lunches, diapers and worst of all, the home.
September 9, 2009

Soon after My Toxic Baby‘s world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, the doc will air on Canadian network Global Television’s doc strand ‘Currents,’ on September 25. In the film, filmmaker Min-Sook Lee searches for safe and affordable ways to raise her new baby in an environment full of toxic threats, including school lunches, diapers and worst of all, the home.

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