|Genres||Biography Documentary Drama Short|
|Writers||Frances Causey (story)
|Plot||Cyanide Beach is a 25 minute short documentary that investigates the corrupt practices of a Canadian company that is seeking to build an open-pit copper mountain south of Tucson, Arizona. Through exploitation of the 1872 General Mining Act signed by President Ulysses S. Grant, the Rosemont Copper company and its parent Augusta Resource Corp. want to destroy a beloved mountain that is home to the only known jaguar in the United States. The film exposes a previous project by the same company in Sardinia, Italy where Augusta left a trail of unpaid contractors, broken promises to locals, and an environmental disaster in the form of a cyanide laced pit lake that locals have dubbed 'Cyanide Beach'.... search for Cyanide Beach on IMDb|
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