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    Plan Colombia: Cashing In on the Drug War Failure (2003)

    Directed by Gerard Ungerman, Plan Colombia: Cashing in on the Drug War Failure documents what many believe to be dangerous hypocrisy on the part of the American government. The film gives particular attention to the reasons behind the drug trade (Colombia is the world’s biggest cocaine exporter), which include illegal trade funded by radicals, […]

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    Rain in my Heart (2006)

    Never mind the alcopops: Paul Watson’s film Rain in my Heart showed that alcohol abuse is rarer and more complex than some people think. British director Paul Watson is known, among other things, as the filmmaker who brought the ‘fly-on-the-wall’ documentary technique to the public consciousness, especially with his 1974 series, The Family, in […]

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    Risky Drinking (2016)

    Are you a Risky Drinker? Did you know that nearly 70% of American adults drink alcohol? Did you know that nearly 1/3 of adults in the US become involved in problem drinking at some point in their lives? This HBO Documentary takes an intimate look at the stories of 4 very different people and […]

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    Royal Inquest: Saudi Scandal (2009)

    In 1999, Saudi Prince Nayef bin Sultan bin Fawwaz al-Shaalan allegedly smuggled two tons of cocaine from Venezuela to France. Now believed to be living under legal shelter in Saudi Arabia, Prince Nayef was accused by France of using his diplomatic status to sneak the drugs onto a jet belonging to the Saudi royal […]

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    Silk Road: Drugs, Death and the Dark Web (2017)

    You can view this Storyville film in one of two ways: either as a police procedural, tracking the efforts of multiple US government agencies to take down the internet drugs marketplace Silk Road, or as a philosophical treatise on the souring of a dream. Silk Road’s founder, aka “Dread Pirate Roberts”, wanted to create […]

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    South Carolina Drugwars (2012)

    SOUTH CAROLINA DRUGWARS is 2012 Documentary movie Directed and produced by Terrence Davis. The movie explores the first real journey into statistically the most violent state in the United States over the last decade. The content reveals how the Cartel used South Carolina as a drop off state to ship billions of dollars worth […]

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    Square Grouper – The Godfathers of Ganja (2011)

    In 1979, the U.S. Customs Service reported that 87% of all marijuana seizures in the U.S. were made in the South Florida area. Due to the region’s 5,000 miles of coast and coastal waterways and close proximity to the Caribbean and Latin America, South Florida was a pot smuggler’s paradise. In sharp contrast to […]

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    Streetwise (1984)

    Portrays the lives of nine desperate teenagers. Thrown too young into a seedy grown up world, these runaways and castaways survive, but just barely. Rat, the dumpster diver. Tiny, the teen prostitute. Shellie, the baby-faced blonde. DeWayne, the hustler. All old beyond their years. All underage survivors fighting for life and love on the […]

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    Super High Me (2007)

    Comedian and former Stoner of the Year, Doug Benson, brings you a hilarious documentary, Super High Me. While smoking marijuana for 30 days, he endures medical, IQ, and psychic evaluations providing unexpected results. Along the way Doug performs across the country and hangs with fellow notable comedians. Creating an entertaining look at a controversial […]

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    The Culture High (2014)

    The makers of the critically acclaimed ‘The Union:The Business Behind Getting High’, bring you the profound exploration of one of the most prolific wars of our time. ‘The Culture High’ is the riveting story that tears into the very fiber of modern day marijuana prohibition to reveal the truth behind the arguments and motives […]

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    The Dorp: 40 Days of Our Lives (2009)

    A place on the Cape Flats in 2009: A society challenged by gang violence and drug abuse but with people involved that want to make a difference. We follow four characters representing four generations (childhood, youth, adulthood and senior) through their neighborhood. They see their surroundings out of different angles and find themselves in […]

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    The Hard Way (2000)

    A young man prepares to be handcuffed to his bed for two weeks to beat his heroin addiction once and for all. In a few hours, the sweating will begin, the pain and anxiety of withdrawal. For the next two weeks, he and hundreds of heroin addicts like him will stay chained to their […]