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Title American drug war. 2, Cannabis destiny / S.C.P Enterprises ; Patterson Productions presents ; Sacred Cow Productions ; a film by Kevin Booth ; written, directed, produced, Kevin Booth ; produced by Vaedynn Erlandson
Published [El Segundo, California] : Gravitas Ventures, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (90 minutes)
Summary From the frontlines of the battle to legalize marijuana comes “American Drug War 2: Cannabis Destiny.” The November 2012 elections saw pot being fully legalized in two states. Meanwhile, thousands of Americans in places like Texas and Florida continue to be arrested. The film asks the question on every pot smokers' mind: what happens next? “American Drug War 2” has something for even the hardened pot activists and is already being revered as one of the most important marijuana documentaries to date. The film follows the traumatic story of a young boy named Cash Hyde who is repeatedly denied cannabis oil, the only medicine that appears to shrink his brain tumor. ADW2 also documents the saga of filmmaker Booth and his wife becoming foster parents and encountering the over prevalent use of pharmaceuticals on foster kids. These stories and much more underline the film's theme of children being the ultimate victims of American drug policy
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed June 19, 2018)
Performer The Hyde Family
Notes In English
Subject Cannabis -- Therapeutic use.
Cancer -- Patients.
Cancer -- Treatment.
Foster children -- Drug use.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Feature films.
Video recordings.
Form Streaming video
Author Booth, Kevin, director, producer, screenwriter
Erlandson, Vaedynn, producer
Gravitas Ventures (Firm), distributor
S.C.P. Enterprises (Firm), presenter
Laura Patterson Productions (Firm), presenter
Sacred Cow Productions, production company
Other Titles American drug war 2 : cannabis destiny