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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Passion River
  • DVD Release Date: December 20, 2011
  • Run Time: 62 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00427VBVO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #245,873 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Since 1997 and the onset of GSM telephony, more and more cellular antennas have been popping up in neighborhoods all around the world to support an ever-growing number of cell phone users. In fact, they have become so prolific in some parts of the world that they disappear into the landscape with the same subtlety as cars on the street. And those that don't 'disappear' are cleverly disguised as chimneys, flagpoles, or water towers. Full Signal talks to scientists around the world who are researching the health effects related to cellular technology; to veteran journalists who have called attention to the issue for decades; to activists who are fighting to regulate the placement of antennas; and to lawyers and lawmakers who represent the people wanting those antennas regulated. Filmed in ten countries and six US states, Full Signal examines the contradiction between health and finance, one of the many ironies of the fight to regulate antenna placement.

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You will be alarmed and motivated to share with others to inform them of the risks to health and the environment!
as above
Leif Salford, a neurosurgeon and researcher has done the most compelling experiments of anyone on cellphones and antennas causing brain damage in rats.
Gene Jus
It is extremely well done and entertaining, as well as packed with info that will change the way you think about our cell-phone-obsessed world.
CJ

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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Josh on September 18, 2010
Format: DVD
The thesis of this film is that the wireless technology commonly in use today can have serious negative effects on people's health. It tells the stories of those who have been made sick by wireless technology, and of those who are battling for low-radiation neighborhoods. We also hear from some of the few experts on the subject that have not been bought by the telecommunications industry. The stories are compelling, the scientists are credible, and the artistic side of the film is well done as well-it features a beautiful, haunting score and unique, stylized illustrative artwork.

Buy it, watch it, tell your friends about it, and send a copy to your local representative. If you currently use wireless technology and/or are not convinced of its negative impacts, this is one of the most important films you will ever see.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Electricgoddess on December 17, 2010
Format: DVD
A multitude of kudos to Talal Jabari for documenting the pernicious potential that cell phones, cell towers, and wifi have for harming the public. In my opinion, the proliferation of EMF has now become the number one hazard for people in the world.
My husband and I bought a house in the southern California high desert in order to escape the microwave bombardment in the beach area of San Diego. Our previous Pacific Beach San Diego cottage rental is located at the focal point of 3 surrounding cell towers, and is surrounded by numerous wifi transmissions and military "frequency fences" on all sides. I found myself getting sick from the accumulated EMF and also became so sensitive to cell phones after 8 years of use, that I can no longer hold one up to my head without getting dizzy. Hopefully I have avoided getting a brain tumor.
Now I am opposing the proposed erection of a cell tower 1,100 feet away from our new home in a tiny town of 300 people at the edge of the Anza Borrego Desert State Park-- the largest state park in California.
A certain proportion of people are more highly sensitive to microwave EMF, which may be exacerbated by previous EMF overload, such as cell phone use. Now, doctors are aggreeing that cell phone use can definitely cause brain tumors.
As you may know, President Clinton signed the Telecom Act in 1996, long before anyone knew that there may be harmful effects from cell towers. The Telecomom Act includes a small paragraph that states that no one can oppose a cell tower based on environmental (health) issues. The original establishment of a cell tower grid was backed by the military for control purposes, and now telecom companies have carte blanche to do whatever they want without opposition.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Gene Jus on December 17, 2010
Format: DVD
I know a lot about this issue. I learned more from this film.

I'll let the film speak for itself. But I think it's worth saying something about some of the people interviewed. David Carpenter is a professor of public health who was brought in to convince people in upstate New York that a new power transmission line would be safe. But when he looked at the research he realized it wasn't true. He's been following the studies for years and was a major author of the bioInitiative report. Prof. Leif Salford, a neurosurgeon and researcher has done the most compelling experiments of anyone on cellphones and antennas causing brain damage in rats. Prof. Olle Johansson has done experiments on humans and looked at changes in disease rates. Louis Slesin is editor of Microwave News, which has followed these issues for decades. Blake Levitt wrote a book on EMFs years ago, and other books since. She is the least authoritative scientifically, but does a good job of adding context on why people expect these technologies to be safe. Some other speakers are not scientists but still have compelling stories.

The movie really interviews the most important people out there. Actually, there are a few others who appear in Devra Davis' book Disconnect that are equally important. There is no one here defending the industry, and there are at least 3 or 4 scientists worth interviewing in that regard (Michael Repacholi was interviewed in the BBC's Panorama program "WiFi: A Warning Shot"; to me he came across as I expected based on Slesin's and other's articles showing he was being paid by the industry under the table while at the WHO).

I would have preferred if there wasn't so much time just showing shots of cell towers and base station antennas. But I guess some people don't really know what the latter look like.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Angela Flynn on September 7, 2010
Format: DVD
Think you know what's going on with cell towers and the microwave radiation they put out? Most of us do not even notice the antennas that are hidden in church spires and flag poles, yet we do notice that we have trouble sleeping and other health problems. Full Signal takes you around the world to meet some of the people on the front line of this trillion dollar industry versus the power of the people battle. Watch the film and not only will you start recognizing the antennas all around you, but you will also learn the truth about radio frequency exposure and your and your family's health. This film will galvanize the world to take action to protect themselves.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By as above on September 13, 2010
Format: DVD
This film has certainly raised our awareness about the effects / possible dangers of cell phone towers and the electro emissions from them!
You will be alarmed and motivated to share with others to inform them of the risks to health and the environment!
Some communities around the world are already making changes to their communities to decrease exposures. Great work.
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