This great spoof on the Canadian National Film Board‘s nature documentaries (ubiquitous on Canadian TV in the 70s & 80s) is a beautiful summary of the effects of drugs, while pulling the leg of über-serious documentarians and their cult of “reality.”
The sad reality is that a contemporary version should really include Crystal, which has devastated communities and has now a harsher Mexican variety…according to NPR:
Addicts and treatment counselors say Mexican meth, when smoked in its purer and more potent forms, leads to quicker and deeper addiction. They say it’s an addiction that is tougher to kick.
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