Over half a billion people use homeopathy to treat everything from the common cold, to cancer and AIDS. Skeptics assert that homeopaths are at best new age lunatics and at worst deceitful charlatans. They explain that homeopathy is scientifically implausible and there is no scientific evidence to support its efficacy. Homeopaths claim that because their system of medicine poses a significant threat to the pharmaceutical and medical industry, their science is systematically suppressed and wrongfully discredited. If homeopathy really does work, it could not only save billions of dollars in healthcare and improve patient outcomes, but it would also require a major paradigm shift and cause science to revisit some of its most basic tenets. Magic Pills is a ground-breaking long-form documentary that examines the claims and impact of homeopathy from around the world, told from the unique perspective of Ananda More, a practicing Toronto homeopath at a professional crossroads.