", Tou Tou Chen is the author of this article author. This article was published in "The Screening Room", a supplement of "Sin Chew Daily", that is to say, in terms of its status, it should only be able to introduce "Dark Waters" ( Taiwan translation: Black Water Storm). "Dark Waters" is about something in the United States, but the poison of PFOA (perfluorooctanoic acid) has probably already flowed into the blood of many people around the world. Before the film, the DuPont PFOA incident was also made into a documentary "The Devil We Know". The title of the director Stephanie Soechtig directly pointed out the key points, and it was even more chilling.
Yes, this demon that no one knows about telemarketing list is the non-stick coating in your home. You are so familiar with it, but you don’t fully understand it; and before the public nuisance information was excavated and exposed, you thought it was just a pot, But in fact, it is not only food that is fried and fried into the mouth every day, but also the devil PFOA, or C8, which is finally known to the world. These simple letters poison your daily life and open the door to hell for you in advance. "Open the gates of hell for you in advance"? Dark Waters documents a lawsuit between a lawyer and DuPont.
Since it is a movie, it is inevitable that it will add more vinegar, join flowers or even create something out of nothing to increase its dramatic effect. In fact, DuPont has responded, saying: We are not, and the historic DuPont was never what it was portrayed in the movies The behavior and associated intimidation of the fictional employee in the film is entirely fabricated If readers are interested in learning more, please see " DuPont Responds to Dark Waters Film ". Mind you, I have absolutely nothing to do with DuPont, and I have absolutely no intention of defending it. "Non-stick coating" is the well-known "teflon".