Work blames 120,000 deaths on Tory's austere economies in a tough new TV show.
The video, which will be broadcast for the first time on Wednesday evening, says that the TOR abuses and the privatization of the NHS have caused a "national accident".
Spectacled by actors playing nurses, doctors and patients at the National Health Service, the film explicitly connects £ 7bn with reductions in health and social care, and declining life expectancy and excessive mortality in England.
Oxford University Professor Danny Doring said: "The claim that there are at least 120,000 extra deaths is absolutely true and the only credible cause that can be identified is rigor.
"It is remarkable that we have a government that imposes policies that are obviously harmful to the people they serve"
A powerful moment in the short film, directed by Simon Baker, sees a hospital nurse played by an actor near tears, saying: "There is a lot of anger there, and I understand it. But I can not do the work of three people. I just can not do it.
"When I see elderly patients waiting for hours at A & E, the ambulances are queuing around the block because they can not reach the door.
"How does that make any sense in one of the richest countries in the world?"
Another shows a patient who says, "Oh, I know, we need to tighten our belts. All this together.
"But we have been doing this for the last 8 years, have not we? What made us?
Labyrinth Secretary Health and Safety Jonathan Asworth said: "This is difficult, but it is time to face the devastating consequences of what they have done.
"The National Health Service is one of the things people most love for our country, it makes us very proud, but the torture policy of scarce austerity has affected the NHS and the support services that people rely on.
"This is the reason for a national emergency where, shamefully, for the first of 1945, life expectancy actually falls in some of the poorest regions.
"Yesterday, we heard that senior Torrey ministers admit that the destruction of universal credit has forced even more people to food banks. This is a national emergency situation in Dowing Street, which the Tories must meet
The film will be screened for the first time at 5 pm on Wednesday.
Dr Tony Oullivan, a retired pediatrician and chair of the NHS community, said: "The Tories have conducted a purposeful privatization policy because they do not like the NHS as a public service model.
"They combined it with a deliberate austerity policy so people turn around and say that we can not afford an NHS so we can pass it on to people who make a profit first as Branson's girl. of the government "
This story initially included a line of dialogue that was not present in the final editing of the movie but was included in an earlier version of the script distributed before its release. The story has been edited to reflect the broadcast version.