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No limits

No limits

Shot over 25 years, NO LIMITS is a Seven Up!-inspired documentary which follows the lives of the disabled protagonists over the course of decades, and reveals how changes in societies’ attitudes to disability have affected them. It is also a scathing investigation into the crime of the century, as a new generation of Thalidomide babies are born in Brazil, decades after the drug was banned across most of the Western world and its harmful effects publicized. Academy Award-winning director John Zaritsky joins activists in Germany, Canada and the UK as they plot to reveal a sinister and long-hidden complicity by the Thalidomide manufacturer, their Nazi background and a quest for justice for all.

Due to copyright restrictions, this video can only be viewed on RT’s live feed. Time of broadcast is available on RT’s schedule page.

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