This 1991 Academy Award®-winning documentary uncovers the disastrous health and environmental side effects caused by the production of nuclear materials by the General Electric Corporation.
Nine months after Deadly Deception won the Academy Award® for Best Short Documentary, General Electric decided to scale back its nuclear weapons production. Corporate Accountability International (formerly Infact) declared victory in its campaign against the corporate giant. As a proven resource in grassroots organizing, corporate watchdog groups and environmental and public health organizations have used the film in their work to promote corporate responsibility and environmental advocacy.
University courses ranging from environmental studies to business ethics to advertising have used this film to help students examine important questions about image advertising, community organizing, the corporate role in environmental issues, and much more.