This is an important documentary that comments on the way the pharmaceutical industry and (essentially greedy) physicians and scientists conspire to create disorders to enrich themselves at the expense of a gullible public.
Netflix blurb: "With humor and a wealth of research, director Liz Canner examines how drug companies promote and profit from the myth of female sexual dysfunction as they compete to produce the first FDA-approved "cure" for this condition. The provocative documentary features enlightening interviews with a passionate sex shop owner and a vintage-vibrator collector who argue that it's society -- not women's bodies -- that needs fixing" 78 minutes, 2009
Also read Wired Review.
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