Variety reports that Warner Home Video has gotten the domestic home entertainment rights to the European doc called Side Effects. The film focuses on the defects suffered by thousands of babies in Europe during the early '60s. It was originally a TV movie in Germany, which got into a legal battle because the company that manufactured the drug, Grünenthal, tried to block it. It might be bad press, but come on -- make a mistake that large and devastating and it's going to haunt you. Last month, Germany's high court gave it the green light, and everything is good to go. The piece will be released on November 9 as a double DVD, after its television premiere.
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