Matt Damon Kicks Up Controversy in ‘Promised Land’

ET: Fracking is a term used for hydraulic fracturing -- a gas extracting technique where fractures are created in rock formations by injecting water mixed with sand and chemicals at high pressure. Those opposing the method have expressed concerns about the chemicals used, alleging that if they are harmful they could pollute the groundwater. Critics of the film accuse the co-writers, Damon and The Office's John Krasinski, of presenting a unilateral position that puts the practice in a negative light......

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