In a world where Parkinson’s disease is silently spreading like wildfire, leaving innocent people to suffer, a team of journalists takes on a mission to discover the truth. This documentary takes you on a journey around the world, where more and more people are being diagnosed with Parkinson’s, leaving them and their loved ones in a state of confusion and despair.
Meet Ulrich Elixmann, a German gardener who developed the disease while working amongst orchards, and Sylvie Berger, a former wine grower from Bordelais. Both are now victims of this rapidly spreading neurological disease. With the increasing number of cases, researchers claim that it’s environmental factors that are the root cause. Industrialization has made matters worse, spreading chemicals and pesticides, which in return, is causing illness among the general public. Join us, as we investigate this silent pandemic that could be lurking in your own back garden.