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Kayvan Mohammad vividly remembers the Halabja chemical attack in 1988 and aftermath. To this day, Kayvan is not only scarred emotionally but continues to suffer physically from the events. Kayvan faces his hardship with unfailing optimism and in doing so provides a simple but powerful message.
Five years after we met Kayvan and his physician Gerhard Freilinger, new dramatic events affected Kayvan's life. See above the new version of the film.
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Peter, an analytical chemist from the Spiez Laboratory in Switzerland, lives on adrenaline. Effectively, his daily job sometimes has a direct influence on world affairs. Currently, there are more than 140 million known chemical substances, a number that grows daily. How do you identify the ones contained in an unknown sample? This is truly a detective's job.