Unacceptable Levels

Interview: Actress, Activist Mariel Hemingway Navigates Life

Mariel Hemingway, photo by Joe Arce

CHICAGO – The Hemingway name evokes an immediate visceral reaction, from the beginnings of Ernest “Papa” Hemingway’s powerful American literature to the Hollywood career of his granddaughter Mariel Hemingway. The actress was recently in Chicago to promote director Ed Brown’s documentary, “Unacceptable Levels.”

Interview: Director Ed Brown Deals with ‘Unacceptable Levels’

Unacceptable Levels, Director Ed Brown, photo by Joe Arce

CHICAGO – As modern life becomes more toxic and technology uses more chemicals within everyday foodstuffs and products, the consequence for disease and sickness as a result is an increasing threat. Ed Brown, a filmmaker and concerned family man, explores this phenomenon in a new documentary, “Unacceptable Levels.”

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